Considered a “gateway to the City of London,” Liverpool Street is often considered a part of the city’s financial district. Sitting between the City of London and London East, it’s a unique blend of busy business district and social hotspot.
In Liverpool Street, companies are a short distance from Old Spitalfields Market. There, workers will find numerous stalls with all kinds of cuisine options — including Chinese, Ethiopian, Italian, Greek, and more.
Broadgate also features a range of dining options, such as Beany Green, an Australian-inspired café, and Butterscotch Bakery. Broadgate has plenty of options for those looking to get a drink after work — including All Bar One, BloomsYard, and Mr. Fogg’s Dockside Drinkery and Distillery. Bars outside of Broadgate are plentiful, too.
The Liverpool Street Tube Station is served by the Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines. It’s one of the busiest commuter stations in the city. Workers can also use Shoreditch High Street, Aldgate and Whitechapel Station.
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|Median Coworking Desk Rate||£425|
|Flex Floorspace Available (sq. ft.)||407,250|
|Available Desk Capacity||8,167|
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