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Up to 130 people starting from £91,500 pcm Arrow

Features included

  • true Wifi
  • true Meeting rooms
  • true 24/7 Access
  • true Staffed reception
  • true Breakout Spaces
  • true Phone Booths
  • true Bike Storage
  • true Air Conditioning
  • true Kitchen
  • true Disabled access
  • true Mailing address
  • true Cleaning
  • true Security access and monitoring
  • true Pets welcome
  • true Tea points
  • true Lifts
  • true Lockers
  • true Showers

Nearby stations

  • Southwark 5 mins walk

    Underground Jubilee line
  • Waterloo East 8 mins walk

    National Rail
  • Borough 10 mins walk

    Underground Northern line
  • Blackfriars 15 mins walk

    Underground Circle lineUnderground District line
  • London Waterloo 15 mins walk

    National Rail
  • Waterloo 15 mins walk

    Underground Jubilee lineUnderground Northern lineUnderground Bakerloo lineUnderground Waterloo & City line
  • Lambeth North 16 mins walk

    Underground Bakerloo line
  • London Blackfriars 17 mins walk

    National Rail
  • Elephant & Castle 18 mins walk

    Underground Bakerloo lineUnderground Northern line

Summary

A former warehouse in a commanding location at the junction of Union and Great Suffolk Street, featuring Gordon Ramsay’s Union Street Café on part of the ground floor. Harling House is located within two minutes-walk of Southwark underground and ten minutes from Waterloo, London Bridge and Blackfriars stations. The building is in the heart of London’s thriving Southbank district, offering a wide variety of local amenities from bars, restaurants, coffee shops, galleries and London’s famous Borough market. The unit itself is an impressive space for up to 130 desks, including multiple private meeting rooms, breakout space and modern kitchen area, all fully customisable to the tenant's requirements.

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Great Suffolk

Up to 130 people

From £91,500 pcm
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