Addison

“Joseph Addison, the founder of the Spectator and Tatler magazines and general academic, essayist, poet, playwright and politician – was one of London’s most charismatic bon viveur’s. The name is now ingrained in the heart of London’s socio-political landscape.”

 
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Berwick

“The original 18th century LDN Market place, now home of the independent record shop, the vinyl junky and the red light room, Berwick is a cauldron of Soho underworld and attitude, with a common code of defiance and silence”

 
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Chancery

“History takes Chancery back to the 12th century, a bygone for law and establishment in London right up to the present day. True heritage and evolution within the city from the Knights of then to the Tailors of now”

 
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Churchill

Churchill is for that sharply dressed, hard working city dweller.

1 Churchill Place is a 156 m tall skyscraper with 32 floors, serving as the headquarters of Barclays Bank. It is in the Docklands area of London Borough of Tower Hamlets in Canary Wharf. The building is the seventh tallest office block in the Great Britain and the fourth tallest building in the Docklands after One Canada Square, the HSBC Group Headquarters and the Citigroup Centre.

 
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Draycott

“Home of the original London drapery stores in the 18th century, Draycott is now synonymous with fine dining and luxury lifestyle, with a strong Anglo-French spirit that is immersed in the world of finance and ambition”

 
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Drysdale

Drysdale is the home of the east end mod revival. Drysdale is for that confident fashion forward Ldnr who is proud and loud.

 
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Heron

The Heron Tower (officially 110 Bishopsgate) is a commercial skyscraper in London. It stands 230 metres (755 ft) tall including its 28 metre (92 ft) mast (202 metres excluding the mast) making it the tallest building in the City of London financial district and the third tallest in Greater London and the United Kingdom, after the Shard  in Southwark and One Canada Square at Canary Wharf.

 
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Pitfield

Aske’s Almshouses were built on Pitfield Street in 1689 from Robert Aske’s endowment for 20 poor haberdashers and a school for 20 children of freemen. In later years it was a regular haunt of The Krays. Nowadays it is frequented by hipsters and bankers which has created an interesting sub culture.

 
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Sloane

“Sir H Sloane, one of English history’s greatest collectors, benefactor of items from his global voyages upon London. The Sloane is a testament to detail, travel, collectables and the studious”

 
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