While still being primarily London's financial centre, over the last fifteen years The City of London has been transformed through the introduction of modern residential developments and the conversion of existing commercial and industrial sites into apartments, retail space and restaurants. Today’s City resident has a wide choice of options, from original warehouse apartments to luxury, high-rise developments with facilities such as residents' gyms, lounges and bars.
City living has many advantages quite apart from the obvious possibility of walking to work. The "Square Mile" features stunning and varied architecture from St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Royal Exchange to the "Gherkin", the Lloyds Building and the controversial "Walkie-Talkie" at 20 Fenchurch Street.
Central Line: St. Paul’s, Bank, Liverpool Street
Northern Line: Bank, Moorgate
District/Circle Line: Blackfriars, Mansion House, Cannon Street, Monument
Hammersmith and City Line: Barbican, Moorgate, Liverpool Street
If you are considering renting or need advice on residential lettings in The City or surrounding areas please contact us.
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