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Pall Mall takes its name from the game ‘palle-maille’, a cross between croquet and golf that was played here in the early 17th century.
Pall Mall is located adjacent to the famous St James’s Park, central London and is a popular business environment which is home to many business centres and serviced offices which offer a flexible space solution to all types and sizes of companies and industries.
Pall Mall is known for beautiful buildings designed by many famous architects. Many of the buildings are exclusive gentlemans clubs dating back to the 17th and 19th century. The colonnaded United Services Club was built by John Nash in 1827, this was the Duke of Wellingtons favourite club and now houses the Institute of Directors. Facing it, on the other side of Waterloo Place, is the Athenaeum, designed by Decimus Burton in 1830 and has long been the power house of the British establishment.
Beside it are two clubs built by Sir Charles Barry, architect of the Houses of Parliament, the Travellers Club and the Reform club, spawned by the 1832 Reform Act. The RAC club, founded in 1897 is the most recent, and least class conscious, of the clubs.
With such prestigious land marked buildings it is no wonder that the Pall Mall area is popular for many businesses which is why there are many serviced office buildings and business centres providing flexible space options for all types and sizes of companies.
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