Ludgate House was constructed in 1881 as the original headquarters for Thomas Cook. Today the impressive eight-floor building on the corner of Fleet Street and Farringdon Street provides renovated, state-of-the-art office space with ground floor retail amenities.
Fleet Street was once synonymous as the home of the British Press, in fact, this workspace is two buildings up from the Daily Express Building. Today, however, office occupiers of this City of London street are diverse and include solicitors, banks, and designers, as well as many others.
There are many amenities within seconds of reception ranging from; Pizza Express, to Starbucks, to the Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese pub – arguably the oldest pub in London – dating back to 1667.
The property is 20 metres from Thames Citylink train station and bus stops, and 100 metres from Blackfriars Underground station.
The full address of this serviced office is: 107-111 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2AB