Building on traditions

Cursitor Street lies just off Chancery Lane in the heart of Mid-town. Chancery Lane itself was created by the Knights Templar whilst Cursitor derives from the Latin for a runner.


The property is shown in its current configuration as of 1875 with the current building dating from 1867. The external façade dates to 1879 although often, façade works saw the date of the renovation noted rather than the age of the original building.


The building was listed as being used as offices and as a publishers.


The building was exposed to enemy action during the Blitz with bombs recorded as having landed to the North and Southwest of the property. The building itself escaped damage from German bombers. (Buildings damaged or destroyed by bombs are marked green)


The building was recently renovated and now provides high quality office space.