Once the home of British banking. Now the epicentre of UK fintech. With its own Theatre Deli and Everyman Cinema.
Welcome to 2FA
In a former life, 2FA was the home of British banking. A true London landmark. Today, award-winning architects BIG Group have transformed it into a home fit for today’s cutting-edge tech, media and FinTech companies.
The reception area is a mix of modern with industrial touches, with wood panelling, black floors and angular neon lights. On the ground floor is the Theatre Deli, where you can catch live performances nearly every night of the week – the perfect place for a breakfast meeting or after-work cocktail. HOP restaurant, serving up authentic Vietnamese street food. And just next door, a boutique Everyman Cinema you can hire for your own private screenings.
The buzz of Broadgate
Over 19 million people visit Broadgate every year, with its mix of innovative shops, restaurants and bars – from craft beers and botanical cocktails to cutting-edge workout spaces and world-class salons. It’s also the epicentre of London’s fintech industry, where the world of cutting-edge finance and technology collide.
With Liverpool Street station next door, nowhere is far. You can be in Heathrow in just over half an hour, Stansted in 45 minutes, Gatwick in just over an hour. And when Crossrail opens, it’ll be just 10 minutes by train to Paddington via Bond Street.
At a glance
- History & heritage
Once the home of British banking, now the epicentre of UK fintech
- Award-winning architects
Warm wooden panelling, black floors, tubular lighting
- Cuisine and culture
Theatre Deli, Hop Vietnamese restaurant, Everyman Cinema next door