Formerly home to The Patent Office, the building is renowned for its architectural and historic interest. 10 Furnival Street was redeveloped in 2003 behind a retained and impressive façade which leads to a modern and spacious reception area.
The exterior of Chancery Exchange is steeped in history. A mixture of brick and Portland stone, with a white glazed brick atrium. The entrance is flanked by fluted Doric columns and elaborate front railings with decorative panels.
Chancery Exchange is located on Furnival Street, a two minute walk from Chancery Lane Underground Station (Central line) and a 10 minute walk to both Holborn Underground Station (Central and Picadilly lines) and Farringdon Station (Circle, Elizabeth, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan Lines and Thameslink).
Farringdon Station is a key transport hub. With the arrival of the Elizabeth Line, Midtown is better connected than ever before. From Reading and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east, the West End and Canary Wharf are just a few stops away.
Chancery Exchange offers a mixture of comprehensively refurbished CAT A space, fully fitted plug and play accommodation and also second hand space that can either be taken in its current condition or refurbished to an occupier's specific needs.
The floor plates provide excellent natural light to the front and rear elevations, and the atrium in the south section.
The configuration of the space allows for a mixture of open-plan and cellular acommodation
The floors are accessed from a modern and spacious ground floor reception with commmissionaire and 3 passenger lifts.
|Part 2nd Floor (South) Fitted||5,534||514|
|Part 1st Floor (North)||Coming Q1 2024||7,902||734|
|Part 1st Floor (South)||Coming Q1 2024||5,524||513|
|Part Grnd Floor (South)||Coming Q1 2024||4,689||436|