Architecture

The Broadgate Tower

Soaring 540 ft above you, The Broadgate Tower is one of a small number of new buildings redefining the City skyline. This iconic building offers stunning views of London through floor to ceiling glazing, so all offices are suffused with natural light. If you have time, stay awhile to watch the changing interplay of reflections, light and shadows on the glass facades.

The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects was so impressed with the contribution 201 Bishopsgate and The Broadgate Tower make to the City’s streetscape and skyline, it recognised the development with the New City Architecture Award. The Broadgate Tower was also named the Best Tall Building in Europe by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats.

“Occupying The Broadgate Tower has had a tremendous effect on our business. It has allowed us to reorganise and re-energise our processes and improve our productivity.” 
Phil Page, Europe and Middle East Director of Operations at Reed Smith

Occupiers

  • Adapt PLC
  • Banco Itaú
  • Dickson Minto
  • Gill Jennings and Every
  • Hill Dickinson
  • Itochu Europe
  • Liquidnet
  • Reed Smith
  • Regus
  • Ricoh UK
  • Sequel Business Solutions Ltd
  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, INC.
  • William Blair Int. Ltd
  • Your World Recruitment Group Ltd

In the same area

Broadwalk House

Broadwalk House

The only building at Broadgate with a reinforced concrete structure rather than steel.

201 Bishopsgate

201 Bishopsgate

201 Bishopsgate’s curved form sweeps around the junction of Primrose Street and Bishopsgate

10 Exchange Square

10 Exchange Square

The development of 10 Exchange Square added a striking new entrance to Exchange Square.

1&2 Broadgate

1&2 Broadgate

Designed to deliver what businesses urgently needed in technology terms.