The tallest building in London for 250 years….

The tallest building in London for 250 years….

Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece held onto its crown as London’s tallest building until 1965, when it was overtaken by the BT Tower. Hard to believe when taking in today’s skyline.

Whilst there are now more than 100 buildings in central London that dwarf St Paul’s Cathedral, sightlines of the dome have been protected from as far as Richmond park.

In our opinion, there is no better aspect of London’s most iconic landmark, than from the churchyard itself.

Bureau recently advised on the letting of the 1st floor (2,500 sq ft) at 4 St Paul’s Churchyard to TPT Retirement Solutions advised by CBRE.

The building overlooks the entrance to the cathedral and provides contemporary workspace with a truly unique outlook.

There’s now only one floor remaining in this charming boutique office building, which has been refurbished by ECHOSPACE with collaborative working in-mind.

The 3rd floor (2,517 sq ft) provides 24 workstations, two meeting rooms, phone booths and carefully considered breakout space to enjoy the panoramic views.

To found out more about this opportunity, get in contact with the Bureau team or our joint agents Knight Frank.


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