Portsoken House is a landmark office building. Designed in 1928 by renowned architect George Val Myer (the man behind Broadcasting house), on completion it was the tallest office building in the City.
Situated in the historic ward of Portsoken, one of London’s 25 original wards, Portsoken House now offers a vibrant mix of the old and new along with eight floors of modern, newly refurbished office space alongside an occupier mix of traditional and technology firms. The surrounding area has also seen significant regeneration with a nearly completed new landscaped public space being developed on the office’s doorstep. Perfectly placed, Portsoken House offers businesses a City base, close to the financial district but only a few minutes walk from Brick Lane.