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Most popular London buildings 2012 week 17

10 most popular London buildings in Buildington last week (23.04-29.04.2012):

1. Royal Mint Court in London EC3
Grade II listed office building near Tower Bridge.
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2. (2.) Field House in London EC4A
Immigration and Asylum court hearings take place here.
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3. (3.) Triton Court in London EC2
200,000 sq ft office block on Finsbury Square.
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4. Diageo HQ in Park Royal NW10
Diageo HQ in Park Royal NW10.
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5. (9.) 1-2 Broadgate in London EC2
318,500sq ft office building overlooking the Broadgate Arena.
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8. Eland House in Victoria SW1
Office building in Victoria.
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9. Albert Court in London SW7
Mansion block designed by R.J. Worley, completed in 1900. Right next to Royal Albert Hall.
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10 (8.) Dudley House in Mayfair W1
The building is being converted into a single private residence. Due to complete in the summer.
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