This landmark building, formerly a merchant’s house and subsequently a hotel in which Winston Churchill is reputed to have been a guest, provides St. James’ Place with an excellent working environment in one of the city’s most commanding office locations.
Esson Properties’ extensive refurbishment programme sympathetically restored this excellent example of late Victorian architecture to it’s former glory in 2007.
Finely crafted, oak-panelling in the entrance lobby and reception hall, ornate plasterwork ceilings and a feature stained glass window at mezzanine level all make this the most attractive workplace.
The property comprises of 7312 ft² over four floors offering a good combination of open plan space, private offices, meeting rooms and a stunning boardroom together with ample on-site parking for 38 cars.
St. James’ Place Wealth Management, one of the UK’s leading wealth management organisations, has let the building on a 15-year term since it’s completion in winter 2007.