Fraser Residence Monument is strategically located in the City of London, a major business and financial centre on a par with New York City, as the leading centre of global finance. Many of the world’s leading Fortune 500 companies have their head offices in this compact business district, often referred to as the ‘Square Mile’, as The City almost exactly spans one square mile (2.6 km²).
The Square Mile is not just about business and finance. Within it are galleries, theatres, museums, concert halls, restaurants, bars and designer shops. There is a wide range of sporting activity, a public leisure centre and the world-famous Barbican Centre.
Fraser Residence Monument can be found directly behind Monument underground station, nearby London Bridge and is only a short walk away from tourist hotspots such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Borough Market, the London Dungeon and the Great Fire of London Monument which was built between 1671 and 1677 by the same architect of St. Paul's Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren. Two hundred and two feet high, it reminds the people of London of the fire that swept from a baker's house in Pudding Lane across the city on September 2, 1666.
Monument station is serviced by the District, Circle, Northern and Central lines and the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) which offers direct access to Canary Wharf, London’s new financial business district, and London City Airport. Blackfriars and London Bridge mainline stations are just a ten minute walk. The vicinity also conveniently offers access to a wide network of day and night bus routes and black taxis can be hailed at every street corner.