Close to the Bank of England and the Royal Exchange

About

Construction of The Walbrook Building commenced in the summer of 2007. The building was completed in February 2010. The project comprised the redevelopment of three properties – St. Swithin’s House, Granite House and Walbrook House. The development is named after the river that runs below the street that has been covered since Victorian times. In a more ancient sense the name Walbrook is believed to stem from the fact that the river, or brook, ran near the City Wall.

The Walbrook Building has been designed by Foster & Partners and it provides 451,190 ft2 of accommodation over 10 office floors, including 382,786 ft2 of office; 39,751 ft2 of retail and 28,653 ft2 of tenant storage/plant. In addition there are 21 car parking (including 4 disabled), 81 motorcycle and 253 bicycle spaces.

A distinctive design respects the historic context of Walbrook yet is uncompromisingly modern. The horizontal fins create an elegant outer skin which plays a key role in ensuring this is an environmentally friendly building. The exterior of The Walbrook Building is encased with solar shading which helps keep the building cool in the summer and warm in the winter, thus improving energy efficiency.

Location

Close to the Bank of England and the Royal Exchange, The Walbrook Building sits within the historic central core of the City of London and it enjoys unrivalled communications with Underground and mainline stations. The building is located adjacent to the Mansion House approximately one minute walk from Bank Station, whilst the Southern end of the building is opposite Cannon Street Station.

Rail Services

The nearest mainline station is Cannon Street Station, which connects the south side of the City to south and south east London via London Bridge station. Some services run directly into Cannon Street from Kent and East Sussex, but only during rush hours. For further information follow this link to www.southeasternrailway.co.uk

Underground

The nearest Underground stations are:

  • Bank Exit 8 – Central, Northern and Waterloo & City lines
  • Cannon Street Station – District and Circle lines

All pertinent travel information can be found on the TFL website. Click here to plan your journey.

Address

25 Walbrook, London EC4N 8AF. Click here to find the building location.

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Main Entrance
25 Walbrook
London
EC4N 8AF
Tel: 020 7280 0140

Loading Bay Entrance
1 Salters Hall Court
London
EC4N 8AH
Tel: 020 7280 0147