Kaleidoscope

Barbican EC1M
E
Commercial

Key Details

Address
Lindsey Street, London EC1M 3JF
Completion
December 2019
Storeys
6
Offices
1
Use Classes
E
Website

Overview

Kaleidoscope is an office building in Farringdon, London EC1.

PLP designed 6-storey building incorporates 88,680 sq ft of office space, a retail/restaurant unit on the corner of Lindsay Street and Charterhouse Street, all above the Farringdon East Crossrail Station.

Comprising ground and five upper floors, Kaleidoscope was the first over station development to complete on the Crossrail Line. The property offers a 5,000 sq ft roof terrace with views St Paul's Cathedral, whilst also sitting adjacent to the green space of Charterhouse Square and utilises the Citigen District Network for its heating and cooling, benefitting from continuing investment into delivering low carbon energy.

The building sits immediately to the east of Smithfield Market with views over Charterhouse Square and it also benefits from an extensive roof terrace with views towards St Paul’s Cathedral.

BREEAM Excellent and WiredScore Platinum targeted.

2020 June - Helical is actively marketing the 86,064 sq ft of office space, spread over five floors, alongside a ground floor restaurant/retail unit and a kiosk unit.
2020 April - 88,500 sq ft available to let.
2019 December - Practical completion was achieved in December 2019.
2018 - The construction works commenced in Spring 2018.

Formerly known as Farringdon East.

Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Barbican Underground StationCircle, Hammersmith-city, Metropolitan
BUS
Museum Of London4, 56

Team

Company
Type
Year
Developer
Architect
Main Contractor
JLL
Office Leasing
Office Leasing

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.