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111, Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1AP

To rent: ROA|10662 - 16758 Sq Ft|Office, Offices

PROPERTY DETAILS

TO RENTROA
SIZE10662 - 16758 Sq Ft
ADDRESS111 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1AP
TYPEOffice, Offices
TENURETo Let
POSTED ON4th February 2020

DESCRIPTION

Property description
Fully fitted office available in the heart of the City Core
Designed by renowned architects Foggo Associates, 111 Old Broad Street is a high profile City office building. With a principal façade that stretches to some 79 meters it has unique street presence with an attractive outlook to the rear into Austin Friars Square.

The buildings reception has recently refurbished to offer a contemporary entrance point with modern common parts throughout.

Features
SIZE
10,662 - 16,758 sq ft

LEASE TYPE
New

FLOOR
Part 2nd, Lower Ground

Summary
Designed by renowned architects Foggo Associates, 111 Old Broad Street is a high profile City office building. With a principal façade that stretches to some 79 meters it has unique street presence with an attractive outlook to the rear into Austin Friars Square. The buildings reception has recently refurbished to offer a contemporary entrance point with modern common parts throughout.

Fully fitted office with a high quality fit-out in situ

Fully accessible raised flooring

2.8m floor to ceiling height (2nd floor)

Furniture available

Fan coil air conditioning

Bike racks & showers

4 x 16 person passenger lift

1,600kg goods lift

Technical information

Unit / Size sq ft
Part 2nd - 10,662
Lower Ground - 6,096

Unit / Service Charge sq ft / pa
Part 2nd - £13.83
Lower Ground - £13.83

Unit / Rates sq ft / pa
Part 2nd - £23.95
Lower Ground - £23.95

Unit / Status
Part 2nd - Available
Lower Ground - Available

LOCATION

Location: 111 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1AP

Liverpool Street (0.1 miles)

Bank (0.2 miles)

Moorgate (0.3 miles)

Liverpool Street (0.1 miles)

Bank (0.2 miles)

Moorgate (0.3 miles)

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