Located just a stone's throw from St Paul's Cathedral and opposite the most famous Criminal Court in England. Lovingly restored with modern interiors and high-quality furnishings across four floors, it enjoys plenty of natural light. 

Our members will have access to this charming building's 64 serviced office suites, modern reception area, relaxing executive business lounge and sophisticated meeting rooms. The area also enjoys excellent shops, restaurants and city-wide transport links.


Location features

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Office Tour

We'd be delighted to show you our location with a personal tour. Simply provide us with a few details or call us on

020 3008 8888

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Just a few minutes from Paternoster Square, it also has good links to St Paul's, Blackfriars and Farringdon underground stations.

Meeting rooms

15 Old Bailey

15 Old Bailey - Christopher Pond Room


Christopher Pond

15 Old Bailey, London, EC4M 7EF

  • 12 people
  • 85/hr
15 Old Bailey - Felix Spiers Room


Felix Spiers Room

15 Old Bailey, London, EC4M 7EF

  • 22 people
  • 175/hr
15 Old Bailey - Meeting Room 1


Meeting Room 1

15 Old Bailey, London, EC4M 7EF

  • 4 people
  • 30/hr
Meeting Room 2


Meeting Room 2

15 Old Bailey, London, EC4M 7EF

  • 3 people
  • 25/hr

About Midtown

Spanning three distinct districts, Midtown may be one of London’s newer areas, but it lacks none of its heart. Within this trio you have the brilliant Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles. This seat of learning really is London’s vibrant centre.

Where the West End traditionally covered retail and the City claimed the crown for the finance industry, Midtown is the epicentre for a cross-section of industries and universities. Giants from law, media, academia and technology all have their offices here. All that’s missing is your enterprise.

Luckily, it’s not all business. With the West End and Covent Garden close by, our members can unwind with a spot of theatre, dinner and entertainment. Alternatively, they might escape to the lovely St James Park for lunch or feed their brain in the British Museum.