Under the gaze of the Shard western Europe’s tallest building, London Bridge offers unusual sights and thrilling experiences alongside the world-famous waterway the River Thames.

This iconic area is one of London’s oldest, boasting historical, maritime, culinary and sometimes macabre connections to events that have shaped the city’s history. 

Now Startups and growing SMEs are leaving typical tech hotspots of Shoreditch and Soho for south of the river, there is an abundance of offices coming onto the market.

With the twin food heavens of Borough Market and Bermondsey Street at its heart, plus an abundance of hidden restaurant gems, you’ll struggle to eat badly in SE1.  This is one of the reasons why SE1 is home to MBS Property.

 

Search Office Space in London Bridge

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Property ID: 107045

Nutmeg House, 60 Gainsford Street, London Bridge, SE1 2NY

  • 1,900 sq ft
  • £23,000 PCM
  • Listed Building
  • Period Features

Nutmeg House, 60 Gainsford Street, London Bridge, SE1 2NY

  • 1,900 sq ft
  • £23,000 PCM
Property ID: G95661

The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London Bridge, SE1 9SG

An experience a little better than ‘another day in the office’.

  • Up to 2,000 sq ft
  • From £850 PCM
  • Office space, Meeting rooms & Events
  • Kitchen & Dining Areas

The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London Bridge, SE1 9SG

  • Up to 2,000 sq ft
  • From £850 PCM
Property ID: 108496

Embassy Tea House, 195-205 Union Street, London Bridge, SE1

  • 2,979 sq ft
  • £49,000 PCM
  • Fully Managed
  • Private Floors

Embassy Tea House, 195-205 Union Street, London Bridge, SE1

  • 2,979 sq ft
  • £49,000 PCM
Property ID: 106849

Embassy Tea House, 195-205 Union Street, London Bridge, SE1

  • 2,249 sq ft
  • £42,000 PCM
  • Fully Managed
  • Private Floors

Embassy Tea House, 195-205 Union Street, London Bridge, SE1

  • 2,249 sq ft
  • £42,000 PCM
Property ID: G103591

Leather Market, Weston Street, London Bridge, SE1 3ER

  • Up to 4,000 sq ft
  • From £400 PAX
  • 24 Hour Access & Centre Management Team
  • Meeting Rooms

Leather Market, Weston Street, London Bridge, SE1 3ER

  • Up to 4,000 sq ft
  • From £400 PAX

London Bridge: After Work

Eating:

Hawksmoor, this superlative steakhouse is one chain we’d be overjoyed to see colonising our high streets. Hawksmoor’s Borough branch is more of the same standard-bearing stuff: interiors that mix parquet flooring and wood-panelled walls with flattering lighting and inky-blue leather.

Jose London Bridge, at this diminutive tapas bar, seats are as scarce as your personal space, the atmosphere is buoyant, the drinks flow and the food steals the show.

Oblix London Bridge, book a table well in advance if you want to be anywhere near a window, then splash out on dishes from an eclectic, international menu whose crowning glory is the Josper-grilled meats. 

 

Drinking:

The Atrium Bar, The Shard. The appeal of drinking while on high is eternal and even a bit inexplicable, but there’s no denying it. Aqua Shard is not the sort of place you’ll want to visit every week. But to remind yourself how glorious our city can look while getting pissed, go vertical.

Boot & Flogger, this amazing historic wine cave is simply brilliant.  Don’t miss out on a steak washed down with a cracking glass of red. Customers include local office types as well as older generation wine buffs. 

Hide Bar, this bar has stood at the centre of Bermondsey’s night life scene for over ten years and sticks to the formula of cocktails and craft ales. The bar stays relevant by stocking the latest bevvies produced here in London and using them in original cocktail creations, including pale ales and gins made just around the corner.

 

London Bridge: Transport

Tube: The Jubilee line will take you Canary Wharf or the West End.  The Northern line which runs for 24hrs at weekends serves north and south London.

River: London Bridge Walk, London SE1 3UD - Thames Clipper Service

Bus: 48 and 149 for Walthamstow and Edmonton Green.  521 for Waterloo, 141 for the North Circular.

 

 

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