72 Upper Ground
72 Upper Ground is a mixed-use development on the south bank of River Thames in London SE1.
The new development by Make Architects will create a 26-storey office building that is connected to two buildings of 13 and 6 storeys. The scheme will comprise high-quality office space, including affordable workspace, new cafes, restaurants, cultural venues and green spaces.
The building was home to ITV TV channel for 45 years.
Originally built as Kent Tower, the 25-storey tower offered 150,000 sq ft of office space and 100,000 sq ft in studio space as short-term offices until June 2021.
2020 - CO—RE an dand Mitsubishi Estates appoint United Street Partners to market short term office space in the tower.
2019 November - Mitsubishi Estate and CO—RE secure the highly sought-after central London site for £145.6m.
2017 August - Planning application submitted to Lambeth Council for: Demolition of existing buildings and the construction of two new buildings (up to 14 storeys and 31 storeys in height with two basement levels) for the provision of circa. 48,069 sq.m of offices and television studios (Use Class B1), 216 sq.m of retail (Use Class A1) and 213 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) with associated vehicle and cycle parking, access works, servicing and landscaping. Lambeth Council ref. no. 17/03986/FUL.
January 2013 - ITV Plc purchased the 2.5 acre site for £56million from Coal Pension Properties Ltd whose agent on the sale was LaSalle Investment Management.
Site & Location
60-72 Upper Ground site is located in the Southbank area within the London Borough of Lambeth. Queen’s Walk Gardens to the north, Prince’s Wharf to the east and Upper Ground to the south of the building.
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