New London Serviced Office Announced

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This summer will see yet another new London Serviced Office open, proving once again that the Capital is still the place to be for business and Office Provider’s alike. The location, historically known as Serjeants Inn dates back to the early 15th century and was occupied by the Serjeants of Law: the highest-ranking members of the English bar along with the King’s Counsel.

The original building was devastated by the Great Fire of London in 1666 and its replacement then gutted by incendiary bombs in 1941. The current building stands today in EC4A and features a wonderful 1900s façade complete with the Famous English Heritage blue plaque. The 6 storey building in Chancery Lane is located next door to Kings College at the junction with Fleet Street in the heart of the legal quarter and will be offering 21,500sq ft of prestigious, stylish serviced office space in June/July 2013.



Zach Douglas, joint MD of Orega said, “5 Chancery Lane is a fantastic addition to the Orega portfolio and judging by the enormous interest in our nearby High Holborn centre we fully expect Chancery Lane to be a great success in this popular business district. We are also pleased to be give companies in search of Midtown London office space the opportunity to contact us now and plan their office space prior to the full fit-out, allowing clients an input to the office tailored layouts in this unique space.

Like our other centres, Chancery Lane will benefit from our state of the art IT facilities, enjoy the support and friendliness of our award winning office management teams and experience our ever evolving interior design complete with light boxes, ergonomic furnishings and hypoallergenic carpets.”

Easy Offices already markets numerous Serviced Offices in and around London, if you want to have a look at what’s currently available then please click the link for our Serviced Offices in Chancery Lane or contact us directly to help.

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