125 Old Broad Street
125 Old Broad Street is an office building in the City of London EC2.
Approximately 29,705 sq m (319,736 sq ft) of Grade A ofﬁce accommodation arranged over 26 ﬂoors, with 627 sq m (6,749 sq ft) of retail and restaurant accommodation on the ground ﬂoor.
The new tower design is based on the existing building frame with total replacement of all services and cladding systems.
The property is strategically located in the heart of London and within the main financial district. Bounded by Old Broad Street, Throgmorton Street and Threadneedle Walk, it overlooks St. Paul’s Cathedral and is just 100 metres from the iconic Bank of England headquarters.
125 Old Broad Street has seven Underground Stations within a 10-minute walk. Bank Station (the closest Underground Station) is 200 metres from the building, while Liverpool Street Station (the busiest transportation hub in the City of London, which will be served by the Crossrail) is about 400 metres away.
Formerly known as the Stock Exchange Tower, the property housed the headquarters, offices and trading floor for the London Stock Exchange until 2004. The landmark building was originally constructed in the 1970s and had undergone significant refurbishment in 2008. As one of only two high-rise towers in a conservation area, the building enjoys magnificent and unblocked views of the city’s skyline.
2018 - City Developments Limited acquires the building for £385 million.
2014 - Blackstone acquires 125 Old Broad Street office building for £320 million from Brookfield Property Partners.
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