Architecture

201 Bishopsgate

Whilst The Broadgate Tower rises up, 201 Bishopsgate’s curved form sweeps around the junction of Primrose Street and Bishopsgate. Designed to contrast and complement each other, the two buildings are structurally knitted together via an external 'A' frame, which distributes weight onto the load bearing parts of the raft below.

Hard as it may be to imagine, there was no true terra firma here before this ‘air rights’ development, just train tracks crossing the City landscape. Now you can walk from Liverpool Street through to the northern part of Broadgate or linger in the Broadgate Plaza, where delicious aromas flow from nearby restaurants and cafés. Why fight temptation?

The part 5th floor is currently available at 201 Bishopsgate.

There is 25,698 sq ft (NIA) available, which has been fully refurbished to cat A standard. The reception in the base of 201 Bishopsgate has also just been refurnished, and features a variety of soft seating areas and work spaces, giving a refreshed feel to the space.

Please visit www.201bishopsgate.co.uk for further information.

Occupiers

  • Henderson Global Investors
  • Landesbank Baden-Württemberg
  • Legg Mason
  • Locke Lord
  • Maurice Turner Gardner
  • Mayer Brown
  • Scotiabank

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