Description of Rolls Building
Rolls Building on Fetter Lane, London EC4.
The properties known as Rolls House and Arnold House were acquired in late 1999 in a joint venture partnership with Invista. The buildings are located on the western side of the City and the occupier of both buildings at the time was Ernst & Young (E&Y) who occupied them as their international headquarters.
An agreement for lease has been completed with the UK Government to pre-let approximately 185,000 sq ft on the lower floors of the building to be used as the UKs new flagship Commercial and Business Court. The remaining 75,000 sq ft office and storage space on the basement, lower ground, ground, sixth, seventh and eighth floors was let to global law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manages LLP immediately following shell & core completion in July 2010.
- four pipe fan coil air-conditioning
- four 21-person passanger lifts plus a 2,000kg goods lift
- full height glazing throughout
- 1,5m planning grid
- 2,7m floor to ceiling height on 6th and 7th floors (8th floor 2,6m)
- 150 mm raised floor
- stunning roof terraces
110 Fetter Lane has been designed to provide the most sustainable and efficient environment, and has been awarded an ‘Excellent' BREEAM rating, the best possible standard for environmental performance. The design minimises energy consumption - and carbon emissions - through a range of proven technologies in both its construction and operation.
Main entrance is on Rolls Buildings.
Source: 110fetterlane.com, delancey.com