Serviced Office Space City of London, Bank
Situated in the heart of London’s financial district, Token House Business Centre offers modern office space in a 5 storey Grade II listed red brick Victorian building, formerly occupied by Cazenove’s – the Queen’s stockbrokers. A stone’s throw from the Bank of England and Bank Station in the City of London. It boasts a grand central staircase with decorative domed ceiling and ornate chandelier and a formal boardroom that has original coving, dark wood furniture and a chandelier. The centre’s beautiful reception area is manned by our friendly and helpful staff.
With convenient access, large windows with views over the Bank of England and high ceilings Token House Business Centre is a light and welcoming place to base your business.
A free gym is available for all our licencees to use as well as a breakout area with tea and coffee-making facilities.
Office space that adapts with your business
We let you change your office space according to your needs. Lenta Business Centre offers total flexibility. We will always be happy to give you additional office space as your business grows or if necessary, move you into one of our smaller offices – subject to availability.
Who works in our offices?
Clients at Token House Business Centre include a number of small, new start-up businesses, together with expanding and long-standing companies.
24 hour access to the building, 7 days a week • free on-site gym • recycling facilities • kitchen and toilet facilities • offices and communal areas cleaned daily • large, welcoming break out area • mail handling service • call forwarding service • free WiFi
Management Room – Seats 6
Pine Room – Seats 8
Cazenove Room – Seats 16
What else can you tell me about the business centre?
Charity and other events at Token House add to the the sense of community at the business centre. The building has a large break out room and on-site gym for your relaxation and convenience.
“We have been here for nearly eight years now and for good reasons. For stockbrokers such as us, the building has historical importance, having previously been home to Cazenove, and its location in the heart of the Square Mile is convenient and appreciated by the journalists who come to see us. The facilities are perfect”
Richard Hunter, City of LondonEnquire Now