Our clients have recently undertaken a comprehensive internal refurbishment that was met with plenty of positive comments from numerous agents present, many having seen the building before when it was used for serviced office space. Much of the original fabric has now been exposed and renovated with steel columns and beams, restored timber windows and cast iron fireplaces helping to create hugely characterful and wonderfully bright workspaces.
Just 2 minute’s walk from Fenchurch Street station, 6 Lloyds Avenue has been transformed into a longer term incubator for a range of fast growing companies, with around 35,000ft2 of small office units in a variety of sizes from 500-1800ft2. The high quality specification includes solid oak floors, hi-tech Fagerhult lighting, new air conditioning and preinstalled hi speed Internet, while building amenities include a commissionaire, secure cycle storage, 24-hour access and refurbished reception, showers and male/female WCs.
The breakfast event was designed specifically for tenant representation agents and to provide them with a physical experience of the building to discuss with current and future clients. Tours of three available units were given by the Colliers City and City Fringe teams along with joint agents The Workplace Company.
The launch was to highlight the remaining units to agents and to celebrate the building’ smarket reaction following the refurbishment. Just 10 units now remain and the mix of tenants confirms the widening appeal of EC3 beyond its traditional roots in the insurance sector.
Among the companies recently taking space are Rusupo, a development, construction and project management consultancy; Acquinex, a specialist managing general insurance agency; and Regulatory Data Crops, a tech firm focused on preventing criminal cyber activity.
If you’d like your business to join the dynamic firms moving to 6 Lloyds Avenue, or to discuss anything more about the building, please contact Colliers City Agency on 020 7487 1900 or Colliers City Fringe on 020 7101 2020.