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Cardinal Place

March 2011

Cardinal Place

March 2011

Cardinal Place

March 2011

View from Victoria Street to Cardinal Place

October 2011

View from Bressenden Place to Cardinal Place

October 2011

Cardinal Place Victoria Street elevation.

March 5, 2014

Cardinal Place and construction in Victoria Circle.

March 5, 2014

Cardinal Place

12 Cardinal Walk, London SW1E 5JE
Mixed use
January 2006
661,000 sq ft

Description of Cardinal Place

Cardinal Place is a mixed-use building in Victoria, London SW1.

Since opening in January 2006, Cardinal Place has become one of the most recognisable sights in Victoria, the dramatic sweep of its glass façade narrowing to a single point at the corner of Victoria Street and Bressenden Place.

The estate includes three main buildings - 16 Palace Street and 80 and 100 Victoria Street - linked by attractive public gardens and thoroughfares. 160,000 square feet of offices have caught the interest of blue-chip businesses from sectors rarely seen in Victoria before, including Microsoft. Meanwhile, 24 new retail and restaurant brands have arrived, including a Marks & Spencer anchor store. Above it, you'll find a roof garden offering an oasis of tranquility. Then there's the SW1 Gallery, a cultural hub at the heart of this new community.

The final part of the mix is The View - a complex of 124 residential apartments with all-glass walls opening onto broad balconies.

Net Internal Areas:
Office: 51,840 sq m (558,010 sq ft)
Retail: 9,710 sq m (104,480 sq ft)


Connected Companies

Land Securities
EPR Architects

Buildington Rating & Notes


News & Comments: (3)

2015/03/31 10:12

French publishing house Lagardère Group is taking the final office space at Cardinal Place, reports Montagu Evans.

2013/02/04 14:20

The Klesch Group, a leading European operator of industrial and commodity-related businesses, has taken the 18,450 sq ft 3rd floor at 16 Palace Street, and KPI Bridge Oil have taken 6,490 sq ft at 80 Victoria Street.

The two new tenants join a variety of blue-chip businesses including Microsoft, Experian and EDF Energy, alongside 24 retailers including Topshop, Zara and Space NK. Cardinal Place is the landmark 660,000 sq ft trio of buildings that marked the first development to complete in Land Securities’ ambitious plan to transform Victoria into the commercial heart of London’s West End.

Scott Parsons, Head of Property London, Land Securities commented:
“I’m pleased to welcome two new occupiers to Cardinal Place, our flagship development in Victoria. The success we’ve had in securing both development and investment lettings to a broad range of occupiers demonstrates the strong appeal of the Victoria market and bodes well for our development pipeline.”

Source: Land Securities 1. February 2013

2012/07/08 14:08

Ruffer has doubled its space to circa 45,000 sq ft and extended its lease to 2021.

Source: Land Securities

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