Description of Gresham St Paul’s
Gresham St Paul’s is an office development in the City of London EC2.
The development includes a WiredScore Platinum rating, café, reception and business lounge, 254 bike and locker spaces with changing and shower facilities.
Targeting BREEAM Excellent sustainability rating.
Gresham St Paul’s at 40 Gresham Street in the City of London will have approximately 170,000 sq. ft. of prime office space over 9 floors, with large terraces on the top three floors, at the heart of the financial centre and close to St Paul’s Cathedral and other prominent cultural landmarks.
The design is focused on creating a sustainable building for the future by reusing the existing structure. Wilkinson Eyre is looking to maximise natural light through use of the latest glazing technology, and increase fresh air supply to offer a light and air-filled state-of-the-art working environment. To help cater to modern working practises and promote personal well-being, the ground floor has been designed to provide occupiers with a range of amenities, including a café and business lounge. These will help promote creativity and collaboration amongst occupiers by offering a space to recharge, interact and seek inspiration away from the desk.
The technical specifications of Gresham St Paul’s are second to none, with a WiredScore Platinum rating, Wi-Fi enabled café, reception and business lounge, 254 bike and locker spaces with generous changing and shower facilities, and it is targeting a BREEAM Excellent sustainability rating.
The area around Gresham St Paul’s offers round-the-clock amenities to suit every lifestyle from speciality coffee and craft beer pubs to sophisticated restaurants and bars, as well as innovative health and fitness centres located nearby. The design responds to the changing environment and mix of occupiers in the City, which remains the Global Banking and Finance epicentre but is now also home to one-in-twelve tech, media and telecoms businesses, and a young workforce with 61% aged between 22 and 39.
Redevelopment of Garrard House, the former Schroders' offices, built in the late 1990s.
2019 March - Office building is launched.
2018 - Planning permission granted for: External alterations comprising (infilling of central bay and inset corners, works to facade), extension to existing office building at levels 7 and 8 (2687sq.m), change of use at ground floor level from office (Class B1) use to retail (Class A1) use (378sq.m), the creation of ancillary cycle parking and shower facilities at basement level. City of London 17/00585/FULMAJ.