Liverpool Street’s reputation for modernity and innovation dates back to the Middle Ages when it was established as a key trading centre. The opening of Liverpool Street Station in 1874 accelerated the area’s growth and it remains a thriving business hub to this day.
The location is home to a number of prestigious business landmarks, including Heron Tower and Broadgate Tower. Many consider Liverpool Street part of the financial district, with UBS, Natwest, Halifax (and many other financial institutions) calling it home.
Its excellent transport links and proximity to Shoreditch and Hoxton make it a popular hub for startups and other industries too. You’ll find office space in abundance here – from cost-effective collaborative coworking hubs to stylish corporate offices.