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Uncommon Liverpool Street flexible office space interior.

Uncommon Liverpool Street flexible office space interior.

Terrace at Uncommon Liverpool Street

Terrace at Uncommon Liverpool Street

Uncommon flexible workspace desks at Liverpool Street.

Uncommon flexible workspace desks at Liverpool Street.

The Crosspoint under construction in October 2016

The Crosspoint under construction in October 2016


Uncommon Liverpool Street

117-121 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 7PP
Spring 2017
65,000 sq ft

Description of Uncommon Liverpool Street

Uncommon Liverpool Street is an office building in the City of London EC2.

The nine-storey building comprises 41,500 sq ft of Grade A offices and approximately 8,100 sq ft of retail space.

The building has been rebranded ‘Uncommon Liverpool Street’. The offices benefit from 360-degree views over the City skyline and there are two roof terrace gardens.

Adjacent to Liverpool Street station, the site offers excellent access to the London underground, mainline railway services and, from 2019, the new Elizabeth Line Crossrail station.

Liverpool Street is Uncommon’s fourth and largest flexible workplace facility in London, with 850 workstations.


2018 May - Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group acquires The Crosspoint building from Amsprop in an off-market transaction. This investment adds to the Uncommon flexible office and co-working business that Carlyle and the Adir Group launched in June 2017. Liverpool Street is Uncommon’s fourth and largest flexible workplace facility in London, adding 850 workstations to the existing 1500-desk portfolio, which comprises operational assets in Islington and Borough, as well as a 26,000 sq ft facility in Fulham that is scheduled to open this summer. Peter Stoll, Managing Director at The Carlyle Group, commented: “Crosspoint is a superb addition to Uncommon which will dramatically raise the profile of the business and improve its London footprint. From a property standpoint, it is a brand new grade A office building with flexible floorplates, a lot of natural light, some spectacular common areas and terraces which fit perfectly into the exacting requirements for the design that defines Uncommon. The incredible connectivity sits comfortably in the context of growing and changing work-life patterns in London.”

2017 January - The Crosspoint by Amsprop is completed.

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ISG has completed the redevelopment of The Crosspoint next to Liverpool Street station.

This is ISG’s second project for Lord Alan Sugar’s real estate company, Amsprop. They have previously completed 5 Cheapside next to St Paul’s Cathedral.

A number of 4th-century skeletons were recovered from the site over a 4-month excavation by archaeologists.

Speaking after the completion of the project, ISG’s divisional director, Graham Ardley commnted on the challenging project: “Alderman’s House was a very complex project. From the piling requirements, adjacent the Hammersmith and City tube line, and the façade retention, whilst forming a basement in this very busy location, the team had to navigate numerous challenges to deliver an outstanding solution.”

The complex scheme began with the strip out and demolition of a 6-storey brick-clad concrete building, and the adjacent four-storey brick and timber retail and residential building, whose facade was retained.

A new 8-storey concrete-framed oval-shaped office tower was built, incorporating curved sandstone and Portland stone to its façade.

ISG also completed the Cat A fit out to nine floors of new office space with polished concrete floors in the main core area, four new lifts and a concrete finished desk within the new main reception area.

Source: ISG 18.5.2017

19/05/2017 13:57 by Buildington

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