The Estate


A destination enjoyed by visitors from across the globe and a river vibe loved by those who work and live in the area.

London Bridge City is surrounded by some of the City’s most famous landmarks and is steeped in rich British culture. This iconic London neighbourhood offers high-flying workers, and laidback visitors alike, an abundance of world-class food, shopping and entertainment, as well as some of the best London tourist attractions. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Borough Market, The View from The Shard, HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, this vibrant and forward thinking community is one of the most visited riverside London destinations.

With half a mile of river frontage along the Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, and a total of 21.5 acres of space, it’s a vast and lively mixed-use environment. Encapsulating 3 million sq ft of office, retail and leisure space, along with private residential apartments, the estate is overflowing with historical charm, breath-taking architecture and sensational views. This desirable neighbourhood hosts a contemporary community of some of the world’s most visionary businesspeople, dynamic residents and those seeking an indulgent, yet balanced lifestyle. 

With an innovative spirit ingrained at the heart of this iconic London Bridge City neighbourhood, it’s perfect for those wanting to embrace new experiences, seek self-discovery and meet like-minded people from across the globe. From riverside restaurants, family friendly events and superb London Bridge office space, this pioneering slice of London delivers everything, all in one place. 


London Bridge City is a vibrant district with a fascinating past and present that has displayed the same core values throughout the ages; community spirit, excellent transport links and pioneering inhabitants.

London Bridge City highly values its British heritage and cherishes its rich history that dates back more than 2000 years. It was here that the first ever bridge in London was erected as part of the Roman conquest which supported their mass road-building strategy to help cement their invasion.  Most famous for its trading docks, London Bridge City’s historical prominence began to firmly root itself in the 1600s.  From there, this iconic London neighbourhood was at the heart of British and international trade for centuries, famously known as London’s Larder. Its latest transformation sees it enjoying a thriving business scene, a culturally rich riverside London community and world famous London tourist attractions. It is a true gem in Great Britain’s crown.