Chancery Lane, Midtown, London

5 Chancery Lane was once home to one of the Inns of Court, and a plaque on the building itself shows its heritage with the Sergeants of Law back in the 1400’s. The building can actually be traced back to its original construction by the Knights Templar in 1160. As the building is so historically connected to Chancery Lane, and being in the heart of the legal quarter in London, the operator of this building has ensured its renovation compliments the original architecture and look, but with a modern and contemporary feel. The building really is a perfect example of modern office space within a long standing historic building, especially with a 6 story atrium which leads down to an indoor garden area.

Pricing and Locality:

The building has been fitted with showers, bike-rack parking, individual air conditioning per office, and even an on site café searching hot and cold food daily (Monday to Friday). Pricing - £600-£800 per workstation per month