95 Queen Victoria Street | Kitt Offices

95 Queen Victoria Street

EC4V 4HN

This modern centre with prominent glass frontage is located minutes from the Millennium Bridge, in a prime central spot. With space on the 4th and 5th floors, the ultimate working environment is provided and complemented by floor-to-ceiling height windows and excellent views. The prestigious office building is on one of the City of London’s most important heritage streets, and with Kitt you can fully customise the space to your business specifications. In one competitive price you get full management, and the ability to adapt the space to your needs – from meeting rooms and break out areas, to a kitchen and utilities. The space is located in the City of London, only a 3 minute walk from Mansion House station, and a 5 minute walk from St. Paul’s Station. Close to the River Thames, the Millennium Bridge is on your doorstep, as well as Blackfriars Station. Overall you can easily access the Northern, Central, Circle and District Lines as well as City Thameslink services. A plethora of shops and amenities are available, including local coffee shops and One New Change shopping centre.

Facilities


  • 24hr Access
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm or Manned Security
  • Bike Racks
  • Break out areas
  • CAT 5/CAT 6
  • CCTV
  • Disabled Access
  • Fibre Internet
  • Fruit and Snacks
  • Furniture
  • Kitchen
  • Lift Access
  • Manned Reception
  • Meeting Rooms
  • On-site Parking
  • Onsite Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Showers
  • Telephone System
  • Touchless Entry
  • Unbranded Space
  • Video Conferencing

Location


  • 3 mins from Mansion House
  • 5 mins from St. Paul's

Floorplans


95 Queen Victoria St - 4th & 5th floors (138 desks)

How Kitt works

  • Choose your location

    Select a “blank canvas” from the spaces available in our network
  • Design and visualise your space

    We co-design the space with tenants using virtual reality
  • Move into your HQ

    We build the space and tenants move in with everything handled!

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