Welcome to The City.

London's famous Square Mile.

If work hard play hard were a place, it’s surely London’s square mile – the City of London – the capital’s financial powerhouse. Monday to Friday, this part of town literally buzzes with noise of thousands of people pounding the pavements beneath monolithic skyscrapers or spilling out into the street from its many pubs and bars. And while it’s definitely still one of London’s chief financial districts, you don’t have to be in finance to set up here. If you’re after office space in the fast lane – there’s nowhere else quite like it.

Find the right office space in The City.

Browse through our hand-picked favourite flexible, managed and leased offices in The City.
Office space for rent in The City of London by XIX.

"A stunning area and combination of old and new architecture. The City of London is hot on the list for lots of London's leading tech firms and we get why."

Aidan Twomey
Co-founder - XIX
Costs
Office space costs in The City.

As London's Central Financial District, the 'Square Mile' of The City has always been home to professional and financial services firms. Tower Buildings sit over smaller more historical buildings.

Hot Desks (£)
£400-1000 pm/desk
Grade A Leased Office
£60-80.00 /ft²
Grade B Leased Office
£50-60.00 /ft²
Vibe
The 'Vibe' in The City.

Discover our favourite restaurants, pubs and things to do in The CIty.

From Sky Garden to Heron Tower – the City is world famous for swanky sky high cocktails and restaurants. Of course, down at ground level, you’ll find plenty of watering holes too, with literally hundreds of pubs, bars, and restaurants packed into the square mile. For a quiet getaway, one of our favourite spots is Dion – sophisticated yet wholly without pretence, and just a stone’s throw from the beautiful St. Paul’s Cathedral. Or if you want to take it all in, head up to Madison at the top of the One New Change shopping centre – where the large rooftop area offers spectacular views of the City.

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