|FLOOR||SIZE - AVAILABILITY|
|Eighth floor||c. 3,260 sq ft Available|
|Second floor||c. 5,146 sq ft Available|
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 highest office building in the City.
Situated in the historic ward of Portsoken, the building now offers modern, newly refurbished office space alongside an occupier mix of traditional and technology firms. Perfectly placed, Portsoken House offers businesses a City base, close to the financial district but only a few minutes walk from Brick Lane.
Learn why these businesses chose Portsoken House and listen to business owners talk about the opportunity, location and support provided by McKay Securities PLC.
Portsoken House is situated in a pivotal location between the City and City Fringe markets - and is triangulated between underground, mainline and DLR stations. The regeneration of surrounding Aldgate continues apace with works well underway to provide a new landscaped public space on the door step of Portsoken House.
Walk 2 minutes to the West and you find yourself in the heart of the financial district. Take a short walk to the North / East and you are in the centre of Shoreditch and the vibrant shops and restaurants of Brick Lane. To the South is Tower Bridge, where Al Fresco lunches are enjoyed by the Thames in the sun.
Portsoken House offers a comprehensive range of office suites all refurbished to a high standard to accommodate your unique requirements. Our offices benefit from the following amenities:
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