Fen Court

City EC3M
Commercial

Key Details

Address
116-120 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 5BA
Completion
Spring 2019
Storeys
15
Offices
1
Retails
1
Venues
1

Overview

Fen Court on Fenchurch Street is a new 15-storey office building in London EC3.

The 16-storey building comprises ca 420,000 sq ft of Grade A office space, ca 27,000 sq ft retail space at the lower levels, a public passageway at street level and a publicly accessible roof garden at 10 Fenchurch Avenue, One Fen Court and 120 Fenchurch Street.

At ground level, a public undercroft creates a new pedestrian route between Fenchurch Street and Fenchurch Avenue. The centre of the undercroft is the site of a new public artwork created for the ceiling-mounted display screen by award-winning artists Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier.

Generali Real Estate was supported by development managers CORE & Greycoat Fen Court pursued the highest standards of environmental sustainability for a major office development, achieving a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ for shell and core construction.

The Garden at 120

Eric Parry Architects worked with German Architects Latz + Partner to design The Garden at 120 on top of Fen Court. The City of London’s largest rooftop space in 2019. The 2,800m2 roof garden includes planting inspired by English country gardens, with espaliered fruit trees, a water feature and a perimeter walk that gives vistas of London’s skyline. Mature Italian wisteria climbs a canopy softening the structure designed to give shelter to visitors. Visitors will be able to enjoy a perimeter walk that gives vistas of London’s skyline.

History

The site at 116-120 Fenchurch Street and 10-14 Fenchurch Avenue was granted consent in September 2008 for around 400,000 sq ft of office-based space in a 15-storey tower.

Greycoat was acting as Development Manager on behalf of Generali, completing the site assembly, achieving a full planning consent, resolving third party matters, and negotiating a new Headlease and Development Agreement with the Clothworkers’ Company.

Generali controlled the site through a mix of freeholds and leaseholds in a vehicle called Saxon Land, which it formed with Australian fund manager Babcock & Brown a decade ago. When Babcock & Brown collapsed in March 2009, Generali bought its stake out and sought a development manager.

The building was pre-let to M&G for its new City of London HQ.

Completion to shell and core Q4 2017.
The opening of "The Garden at 120" 15th Feb 2019.

References:
1. Greycoat www.greycoat.co.uk

Site & Location

Transport

NATIONAL-RAIL
London Fenchurch Street Rail StationC2c
BUS
St Katharine Cree25, N25, N550

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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.