Our unique serviced office title this month goes to MWB’s business centre on Fleet Street which boasts a great claim to fame having featured in the filming of the 7th spy movie in the James Bond series.

Overlooking St. Paul’s Cathedral the six-storey, grade II listed building sits in London’s famous publishing district and offers impressive period features inside and out. But it was the building’s striking lift centre-piece that caught the imagination of the James Bond film crew and it was chosen to feature in a sequence for the movie Diamonds Are Forever.

The film marked Sean Connery’s sixth appearance as the infamous British Spy and received mediocre reviews. Critics were quick to condemn the quality of the cast’s acting overall and the camp nature of the script. The movie did however see major commercial success at the time of its release during December 1971, grossing $116 million worldwide.

Today MWB’s business centre offers a fully refurbished version of the building used in the movie which now houses fully furnished, unbranded serviced offices equipped with the latest IT and telecoms. The surrounding Fleet Street area is populated by law firms and the offices are in a prime location for businesses involved in or relating to the legal sector. Blackfriars station is within a three minute walk of the building and St. Paul’s, Chancery Lane and Farringdon can also be reached with five to ten minutes.

If you are looking for a unique office environment call 01932 834 720 and arrange a viewing at these fantastic Fleet Street serviced offices!

You can also search our extensive Fleet Street Serviced Office listings on our website at http://www.easyoffices.com/Serviced-Offices/uk/London/London-City/Fleet-Street

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