The Home of Ambition.
Frederick’s Place has been associated with the successful and has been a seeding ground for great achievement. Named after Sir John Frederick, a 17th century Lord Mayor of London, the building is designed by prominent English architect Robert Adam.
Since then, Frederick’s Place has been home to the likes of Benjamin Disraeli, past Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, as well as Edwin Waterhouse and Samuel Lowell Price, founders of today’s leading multinational company PwC.
Embrace the best of City Life.
Next door to London’s most iconic landmark, St Paul’s Cathedral, the immediate area is spoilt for choice with an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and vibrant after work amenities. The area boasts a rich selection of galleries and museums including the Guildhall Art Gallery, Museum of London and Barbican Centre all within a short walk’s reach. From London’s new dining destination, The Bloomberg Arcade, to shopping at One New Change or The Royal Exchange, the estate offers a variety of amenities at your doorstep.
In the heart of
the Square Mile.
Situated on Old Jewry, between Gresham Street and Cheapside, Frederick’s Place enjoys a prime city location within a minutes’ walk to Bank Underground Station. Cannon Street, St Paul’s and Moorgate are within close proximity, providing links to the Central, Northern, District, Waterloo & City, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City lines. The Elizabeth line will be accessible from Moorgate station from late 2019.
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