50 Liverpool Street is a bit of a fighter. After being the target of London's first attack during the First World War it also survived British Rail's plans to demolish the station in favour of a modern development. The now famous 1979 conservation campaign was led by Sir John Bejtemen and Sir Spike Milligan, and the building subsequently becoming the muse for some pretty decent poetry.
Design wise, think copper, steel mesh, stained timber and panelling • a good mix of classic and contemporary. Arched windows look into Liverpool Street Station itself and yes it's very easy to locate as it's the one beside McDonald's.
Individual offices in Liverpool Street Station, on flexible terms, but with the whole building for you to use:
7 meeting rooms
Kitchens and dining areas on each floor
Monitored CCTV and 24 hour access
Full IT and Telephony, to match whatever you need