Where the past
meets the future

Yarnwicke sits at the heart of the City of London, a melting pot of old and new. Formerly the capital of Roman Britain in AD100, underground temples meet futuristic high-rises in what is now the most prestigious square mile in the world.

At its centre is Cannon Street. The site of the ancient London Stone and former domain of drapers and candle makers – Yarnwicke’s namesake – this street is now home to some of the most innovative developments and companies in the world.

View from roof of Yarnwicke

Bloomberg Arcade

Home of tradition and transformation

The City draws all trades and tribes. No longer the exclusive domain of finance, tech giants mingle with insurance brokers and shared workspace SMEs.

SBlack Sheep Coffee

Black Sheep Coffee

The Royal Exchange

The Royal Exchange

Yarnwicke Freize

The Walbrook,
Cannon Street

Yarnwicke Freize

Looking east up
Cannon Street

Nordic Kitchen

Ekte, Bloomberg Arcade

Salvation Church from St Swithins Lane

Fortnum & Mason,
Royal Exchange

The Walbrook Club

The Walbrook Club

Doughnuts and Coffee

Crosstown Coffee

St Paul’s

St Paul’s Cathederal

At the core
of the action

2.Bread Street Kitchen
3.The Vintry
4.Harry’s Bar
6.The Anthologist
7.Coq d’Argent
8.Homeslice City
10.Bleeker Bloomberg
12.Lina Stores
13.Vinoteca City
14.The Ned
15.St. Swithins Wine Bar
16.Natural Kitchen
19.Fortnum & Masons
20.Gaucho City
21.The Folly
23.The Oyster Shed
24.Hawksmoor Guildhall
25.Leadenhall Market
26.Sky Pod Bar
28.14 Hills
29.The Botanist

A heartbeat away

With direct access to cycle superhighways and London’s vast tube and rail network, Yarnwicke’s enviable location means you can be in, out or wherever life takes you in a heartbeat.

For those who drive, there is parking at both the Vintry NCP and Baynard House Car Park as well as charging ports next to Cannon Street station.

Yarnwicke transportation

Walking times from Yarnwicke

Yarnwicke transportation

From your doorstep to ours

Bank Station Entrance, Cannon Street
London Underground signage

The new Bank Station entrance, two doors down from Yarnwicke, offers immediate access to Bank and Monument Stations, serviced by six tube lines. London Bridge, Waterloo, Kings Cross and Liverpool Street are only minutes away.