No.1 Bishopsgate
16,111 sq ft
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No.1 Bishopsgate

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No.1 Bishopsgate is a Grade II listed building has been comprehensively refurbished to a Grade A condition. The contemporary refurbishment delivers a high quality working environment behind the classical facade of the building.

Outline Specification

Highly specified Grade A office accommodation
Remodelled double height reception
Classical façade
Highly flexible working environment
Bright, efficient floors

The Surrounding Area

Transport Connections

The location benefits from excellent transport connections with Liverpool Street, Bank, Monument, Aldgate, Cannon Street and Fenchurch Street stations all within a short walk.

Local Amenities

Bishopsgate is one of the most prominent roads within the heart of the City of London, linking London Bridge with Liverpool Street at the juncture of the City’s traditional financial, insurance and shipping districts with eminent international companies located in the vicinity. The immediate area offers vibrant and diverse restaurants, cafés, shops and an array of other lifestyle opportunities.


1 Bishopsgate
London EC2
16,111 sq ft
4,000 sq ft


  • 1.5m Planning Grid
  • Basement with tenant storage
  • Bicycle Racks
  • DDA Compliant
  • Demised WCs
  • Double Height Reception
  • Fan Coil Air Conditioning
  • Gold RICS SKA rated
  • Integral Lighting
  • Metal tiled ceiling
  • Newly Refurbished
  • Occupancy of 1/8 sq m
  • Raised Floors – 100mm
  • Showers

The Professional Team



Pringle Brandon


LV= Asset Management

Main Contractor

Skansen Limited

Letting Agents

Jones Lang LaSalle
Nick Lines
Sarah Shell


Cushman & Wakefield
James Strevens
Tarun Mathur