Description of 1 St Martin's le Grand
1 St Martin's-le-Grand is a 270,000 sq ft (25,083 sq m) office building in London EC1.
There are several blue plaques on the building, installed by The City of London Corporation:
1. Site of the Northumberland House;
2. Site of the French Protestant Church, demolished 1888;
3. Site of the Bull and Mouth Inn, demolished 1888.
Also known as the Nomura House, which got the name when Nomura Bank purchased the building.
2014 March - Japanese Nomura sells the freehold building to Singaporean Ho Bee Land (advised by Savills).
2014 July - Savills is instructed as the managing agent, which was at the time let to Nomura, Fidelity, Julius Baer, Mitsui and SS&C Technologies.
150m from St Paul's tube station.