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One New Change, London EC4M 9AF

£213,778 pcm
£2,565,336 pa

£67.50 per sq. ft.

Business rates & charges may apply

Savills, City Offices

38,005 sq. ft.

(3,531 sq. m.)


Office to lease

Lease details

Lease available date:
Lease type:
Long term

Key features

  • Designed by award winning architect Jean Nouvel
  • 4 pipe fan coil air conditioning
  • Newly refurbished Cat A space
  • Metal tiled ceiling (2.75m ceiling height)
  • Roof terrace with stunning views of St Paul's
  • New cycle and shower facilities
  • Newly refurbished communal business lounge and coffee bar

Property description

38,005 sq ft of newly refurbished space available in a Landmark City building. One New Change is the epicentre for businesses. A renowned central hub surrounded by retail stores and dining destinations.

One New Change is a landmark building which comprises a mixture of retail, restaurants and offices. It is located at the junction of New Change and Cheapside, within 100m of St Paul's underground Station. Numerous bus routes pass the door and Bank, Cannon Street and Blackfriars stations are all within easy walking distance.


One New Change, London EC4M 9AF


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • St. Paul's Station0.1 miles
  • Mansion House Station0.1 miles
  • Cannon Street Station0.3 miles


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