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Finsbury Square lies in the sweet spot just between the Square Mile and Shoreditch’s wonderfully weird collection of bars, restaurants, and independent shops. Whether you’re headed to an important meeting in the City or out for drinks afterwards, it’s an ideal location for a business looking to grow and thrive in the heart of London.
It is the perfect location for City amenities – transport links, bars, pubs, restaurants and cafes with the added bonus of the recreational space of Finsbury Square. This property is on the cusp of the Square Mile, trendy Shoreditch and Silicon roundabout. Its only a stone’s throw from a cycle docking station, a few tube stations, taxi rank and overground station.
In 1784, an Italian daredevil named Vincenzo Lunardi rode a balloon from Finsbury Square up into the sky. His 24-mile flight caused a sensation throughout all of England.
It’s only fitting that Finsbury Square now lies at the heart of London’s Fin-Tech city.
Finsbury Square is located only feet from the site of Lunardi’s historic flight. While you don’t need to go up in a balloon these days to be at cutting edge of progress, there’s no better place in the city for a forward-looking business to establish its offices. Join the vibrant energy of London’s thriving entrepreneurial sector with a location in the centre of it all.
Finsbury Square is managed by tenants, for tenants. You’ll benefit from a work environment that is both professional and friendly—they work there too, after all. The centre also made sure that Finsbury Square’s rich history of innovation is complemented by a full suite of the most modern amenities and services.
The open plan office and well-equipped collaboration space in Finsbury Square are purpose-built to keep your team focused and productive. Two spacious board rooms and a pair of private interview suites mean that you’ll have plenty of space to work with, while fibre Internet and 24-hour access mean that you’ll always be connected with the beating heart of London commerce.