Seal House is a commercial development in the City of London EC2.
The new building will offer a publicly accessible roof garden on the 12th-floor and a restaurant on the 11th-floor.
The building will provide 16,084m2 of office space, as well as more than 300 cycle parking spaces, basement showers, large terraces for office workers on levels 9 and 10, ground-floor retail space, a green wall with cascading plants, and a public viewing gallery with a fully dedicated lift.
The existing building was a 1978 office building on the north bank of the Thames.
2019 - MiddleCap acquires the long leasehold interest in Seal House from Sellar which is retained as development manager to take the scheme forward. Knight Frank and Addleshaw Goddard advised MiddleCap while Savills/CBRE and CMS acted for Sellar.
2019 March - Planning permission granted.
2018 November - Planning application submitted for:
Demolition of the existing building and construction of a basement, ground plus 11 storey building for office use (Class B1) (16,084sq.m GIA), retail use (Class A1/A3) at ground (314sq.m GIA), restaurant use (Class A3) at 11th floor level (708sq.m GIA), a publicly accessible terrace at 12th floor roof level (744sq.m) and public realm improvement works together with ancillary parking, servicing and plant and all necessary enabling works. City of London ref. no. 18/01178/FULMAJ.
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