Granary Building

N1C
Commercial building

Key Details

Address
1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA
Offices
1

Overview

Granary Building is a Grade II listed building in King's Cross, London N1C.

Granary Building is one of the buildings in the The Goods Yard complex designed by Lewis Cubitt and completed in 1852.

It was used to store wheat that came from Lincolnshire.

Redeveloped by Argent to the designs by Stanton Williams in 2011. The building was combined with the transit sheds into a 200 metre long new building that uses many of the original industrial detail from the site.

Townshend Landscape Architects designed the square, the fountains are designed and built by The Fountain Workshop and lighting design by Speirs + Major.

References:
1. The Granary Building kingscross.co.uk

Site & Location

Transport

NATIONAL-RAIL
London St Pancras International Rail StationSoutheastern, Thameslink, East-midlands-railway, Thameslink
BUS
Copenhagen Street390

Team

Company
Type
Year
Landscape Architect
Architect

Timeline

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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.