The original home of London’s newspapers and publishing powerhouses, Fleet Street is steeped in history. Built in the 1920s, our grand Art Deco building sits right in the middle of this iconic strip and was the former HQ for The Sun. Now stylishly modernised with contemporary features whilst retaining its period elegance, Fleet Street sets itself apart with industrial style glazing, an artisanal independent coffee shop, architecturally designed lounge areas and cosy breakout spaces.
Ideally located in Central London, we’re a short walk from St Paul’s, Chancery Lane, Holborn and Blackfriars stations as well as City Thameslink, with the likes of Covent Garden, Farringdon and Southwark all easily accessible on foot. Fleet Street even has its own cafe, Java Java, with hot drinks supplied by Union Coffee Roasters as well as freshly made flatbreads, a salad bar and an indulgent line in cakes and pastries. It’s also on the doorstep of the super friendly Fleet Street Press, a cosy coffee shop with a fab selection of sarnies and snacks, as well as Establishment Coffee, good for an Americano-to-go and quick bite.