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CGI of 6-8 Bishopsgate building designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

CGI of 6-8 Bishopsgate building designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

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150 Leadenhall Street

Address:
150 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 4QT
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
Forthcoming
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Description of 150 Leadenhall Street

150 Leadenhall Street/6-8 Bishopsgate is a commercial development in The City of London EC3.

The 50-storey office development will be built on a site currently occupied by 6-8 Bishopsgate, EC2, and 150 Leadenhall Street, EC3, next to the Cheesegrater tower.

The scheme will provide over 570,000 sq ft of space to let.

The floor space of the building will be 87,355sq.m of which 85,892sq.m would be office (Class B1), 445sq.m retail (Class A1 or A3) and 199sq.m of retail/office (Class A1, A3 or B1). There would be a publicly accessible rooftop pavilion (sui generis) of 819sq.m at level 50.

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Buildington
2017/10/06 04:32

The City of London Corporation has granted planning permission for the revised plans for 6-8 Bishopsgate/150 Leadenhall Street.

The new design by WilkinsonAyre adds ten more storeys, meaning the building will have 50 storeys. 120,000 sq ft of space is added to the previously approved plans so the scheme will provide over 570,000 sq ft of space to let.

Buildington
2017/06/09 15:14

WilkinsonEyre has submitted a revised planning application for the already consented 6-8 Bishopsgate/150 Leadenhall Street building.

The project has been revised following the evolution of the Cluster, and in particular the recent approvals for 1 Undershaft, 22 Bishopsgate and 1 Leadenhall Court.

The stepped form of the earlier consented scheme, also known as Prussian Blue, is retained but modified to retain a similar proportional relationship between the different blocks. The new proposal, based on the same architectural concept, increases the height of the building by 10 storeys to 50 storeys, from 185m AOD to 220m AOD and increases lettable office space from 41,806m² to 52,954m².

A rooftop pavilion at level 50 will give public access to a viewing gallery from a ground floor entrance.

wilkinsoneyre.com

Buildington
2015/08/11 09:34

Planning consent has been granted for Stanhope and Mitsubishi Estate’s new £900m building in the City.

The 40-storey office development will be built on a site currently occupied by 6-8 Bishopsgate, EC2, and 150 Leadenhall Street, EC3, next to the Cheesegrater tower. The Wilkinson Eyre-designed building will provide 770,000 sq ft gross area and include ground floor shops and restaurants and a public viewing gallery at level 40.

Managing Director and CEO of Mitsubishi Estate London, Mr Naoki Umeda, said: “I would like to thank the City Corporation planning team for their assistance and efficiency in processing this application. We have really valued the open and collaborative approach from the City.

“This project is a major investment signalling Mitsubishi Estate’s confidence in the City of London as a world financial centre. We are delighted that we will now be able to deliver a striking landmark building for London that will further enhance its global appeal.”

Stanhope chief executive David Camp said: “We are delighted to continue our long term association with Mitsubishi Estate. We’d like to pay tribute to everyone in the design and planning team for their role in the achievement of this result.”

www.stanhopeplc.com

Buildington
2015/05/13 09:35

A planning application has been submitted for 150 Leadenhall Street - a new £900m building in the heart of the City. The 40-storey office development will be built on a site currently occupied by 6-8 Bishopsgate, EC2, and 150 Leadenhall Street, EC3, next to the Cheesegrater tower. The Wilkinson Eyre-designed building will provide 770,000 sq ft gross area and include ground floor shops and restaurants and a public viewing gallery at level 40.

MEC London chief executive Naoki Umeda said: “The submission of this application represents Mitsubishi Estate’s confidence in the City of London’s long-term growth prospects as a world financial centre, and its attractiveness for blue chip companies.”

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