Description of 68 King William Street
68 King William Street building a the junction of King William Street, Cannon Street and East Cheap in the City of London EC4.
Located directly above Monument station and in one of the busiest pockets of the Square Mile, it is currently home to a diverse mix of office, food and beverage, and retail tenants. The Wolesley, the historic restaurateur, will be opening its second location at 68 King William Street and will occupy the ground floor of the 97,538-square-foot building, while the remaining floors will be taken up by Pure Gym and Spaces, the co-working offshoot of Regus.
Previously Home to House of Fraser department store (closing in early 2019).
2019 July - A joint venture between real estate private equity funds managed by affiliates of Ares Management Corporation and London-based real estate group Black Mountain Partners announced the acquisition of 68 King William Street. The 11-storey office and retail building is located at the head of London Bridge and was often referred to as “the gateway to the city.”
Nearest tube station: The building is situated right next to the Monument Station entrance.