While London Bridge connects London to Bankside, the eponymous region refers to the Thames’ South Bank area between this and Tower Bridge. This area is one of the City’s oldest and most popular for exploring winding, cobbled streets in search of historic attractions and modern landmarks. It is rapidly expanding to make space for world-class cafes, restaurants, museums, residential developments, and commercial property for rent.
The London Bridge area is a bustling and busy place with myriad attractions, from Borough Market to the Tower of London. This region includes City Hall, the HMS Belfast, Potter’s field, and classic pubs, alongside a diverse array of restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels, museums, and theatres, including The Old Operating Theatre Museum. The City’s best views can even be found at the top of The Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building and home to a hotel, apartments, and commercial office space for rent.
New investment property for sale is generally mixed use like the Shard and Hay’s Galleria, which transformed an old warehouse into a complex of restaurants, shops, and offices to rent. Other projects include the future Science Gallery, with 2,000 square meters of exhibition space, and the Fielden House, whose 180,000 square feet will include residences and shops to let. With the simultaneous renovation of the London Bridge Station, this is a neighborhood on the rise.