This much anticipated skyscraper, The Leadenhall Building, or “The Cheesegrater”, is the newest addition to the skyline and the tallest building in the City of London. The Leadenhall Building was also recently voted The City of London Building of the year 2015. Visitors have their breath taken away by the spectacular views across the City including landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral, The Palace of Westminster, Tower Bridge, The London Eye, The Gherkin and The Shard.
The iconic building is a unique office tower prominently located in the centre of the Square Mile, opposite Lloyd's of London. Its distinctive tapering shape is juxtaposed with a sophisticated interior design and houses a wide mix of amenities including shops, restaurants and generous public spaces.
Within the building, Servcorp provides its clients a first-class, exclusive atmosphere. The fastest panoramic elevators in Europe take visitors to the 30th floor and our large granite reception area with unforgettable unobstructed views of London coupled with fully trained corporate reception team, multi million pound five star fit-out and original commissioned artwork will leave your clients speechless.
This impressive building makes the ideal location for companies looking for an all comprehensive and impressive work location in the heart of the City.
45 minutes to Heathrow Airport on the M4 by Taxi, or 45 minutes to Stansted Airport on the Stansted Express train from Liverpool Street Station.
Located a short walk from Fenchurch Street Railway Station, and Bank and Monument Tube Stations with direct access to the Central, Northern, Circle, District and Waterloo & City Lines as well as the Docklands Light Railway.
Numerous bus services available on Leadenhall and Fenchurch Streets.
Taxis are available outside the building and on Gracechurch Street.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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