76 Upper Ground

South Bank SE1
Commercial development

Key Details

76 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PZ
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76 Upper Ground is a redevelopment of the IBM Building in South Bank, London SE1.

Originally built as the marketing centre for IBM in 1983. The now Grade II listed building was designed by Sir Denys Lasdun.

The new building designed by AHMM offers both qualitative and quantitative improvements and the public realm. The building will be sensitively refurbished and extended to deliver an additional 11,000m2 of flexible and sustainable office space for an estimated 1,200 additional jobs.

Over 80% of the existing structure will be retained. The highly energy efficient building is targeting BREEAM Outstanding and certification under the NABERS Design for Performance standard with a 5-star rating.

Amenities include large outdoor terraces, covering over 4,400m2 enhanced by landscape design by Vogt.

The development will achieve over a 200% improvement in biodiversity value and an urban greening factor of 0.3.

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Site & Location

Situated on the south bank of the River Thames east of National Theatre and west of 72 Upper Ground.


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