The White Chapel Building

E1
Commercial

Key Details

Address
10 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 8NR
Completion
1988
Size
225,000 sq ft>
Offices
1

Overview

The White Chapel Building at 10 Whitechapel High Street is an office building in Whitechapel, London E1.

The refurbishment of the building will complete in 2019. 89,000 sq ft is redeveloped.

History

2017 - Phase 1 was fully let early 2017 and signed a broad range of occupiers, including Government Digital Service, Wilmington, Perkins+Will, Unruly, Reddie & Grosse, Shipowners’ Club, ComeOn! and Lebara. As a result Derwent London regenerated a tired office building into a thriving Tech Belt hub, which is enhanced with the new lower ground floor use.

2016 Autumn - the building is refurbished by Derwent London.

2015 December - The vacant building is acquired by Derwent London for £132m. In the following nine months, Derwent London refurbished the 185,000 sq ft of above ground office space in Phase 1 creating a new public entrance and an atrium, which is served by a new café and bar.

2014 November - RBS puts the building for sale.

Formerly known as Aldgate Union, the building was home to Royal Bank of Scotland.

Site & Location

Transport

DLR
Shadwell DLR StationDlr
BUS
Watney Market115, 135, 15, N15, N550

Team

Company
Type
Year
Property Manager

Timeline

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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.