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Happy Face pizzeria and Everyman Cinema at R7.

Happy Face pizzeria and Everyman Cinema at R7.

September 2019
Entrance to R7 on Handyside Street.

Entrance to R7 on Handyside Street.

September 2019
R7 office building in King's Cross. View from Handyside Street.

R7 office building in King's Cross. View from Handyside Street.

September 2019
CGI of R7 Kings Cross development

CGI of R7 Kings Cross development

Source: r7kingscross.com

R7 Kings Cross

Address:
Handyside Street, London N1C
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
July 2017
Area:
155,079 sq ft
Offices:
1
Venues:
1
Viewed:
6496

Description of R7 Kings Cross

R7 Kings Cross is a 10-storey mixed-use building in Kings Cross, London N1C.

17,000 sq ft, retail at ground level.

The basement has a ‘cycle spa' provides 260 bike spaces, changing rooms and showers.

The Duggan Morris-designed building is located on Handyside Street, adjacent to the University of the Arts London.

The building features a double-height public space with a three-screen Everyman cinema, and retail and restaurant space at the ground and mezzanine levels.

History

2017 - By the time of completion in Q3 2017, the building was completely let. Letting agents were Cushman & Wakefield and Savills.

March 2016 - KCCLP announces fashion retailer New Look's plans to move its London HQ to R7.
The King's Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) has entered into an Agreement for Lease with New Look for approximately 123,000 sq ft over seven floors, as well as a dedicated reception area on the ground floor.

Sources:
1. King's Cross www.kingscross.co.uk
2. R7 Kings Cross www.r7kingscross.com

Connected Companies

Lettings:
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News: (3)

R7 has been shortlisted for RIBA London Awards 2018.

All shortlisted buildings will now be assessed by a regional jury with the winning buildings announced at an awards ceremony on Tuesday 15 May.

Read more at architecture.com.

27/03/2018 18:38 by Buildington

Construction of R7 is now well underway, reports Duggan Morris Architects.

The concrete frame is now almost complete, whilst the distinctive two tone pink jacket of extruded aluminium fins is now 65% complete with all panels in place, including the seventh floor. Construction is due to complete during summer 2017.

Source: Duggan Morris Architects dugganmorrisarchitects.com

31/10/2016 09:08 by Buildington

Fashion retailer New Look is set to move its London HQ to R7 Kings Cross, reports King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP).

KCCLP has entered into an Agreement for Lease with New Look for approximately 123,000 sq ft over seven floors, as well as a dedicated reception area on the ground floor, within the mixed-use R7. The Duggan Morris-designed building is located on Handyside Street, adjacent to the University of the Arts London, and is due to practically complete in July 2017. In addition to office accommodation, the building features a double-height public space with a three-screen Everyman cinema, and retail and restaurant space at the ground and mezzanine levels.

The international fashion retailer will relocate 800 of its employees to King’s Cross, to work alongside neighbours including Louis Vuitton, Universal Music, Google and Havas.

Speaking about the deal, Will Colthorpe, Partner at Argent, commented:

“We’re delighted New Look will be joining the community of businesses at King’s Cross, bringing its fast-paced approach and knowledge of the business of fashion to the tenant mix.”

Anders Kristiansen, CEO, New Look, said:

“New Look is delighted to have secured this large space in the King’s Cross development for our London base from 2018, as we continue to successfully grow and recruit. We have been impressed with the work done on the site to date by the development partnership and the future plans for the area. This new building demonstrates our confidence in our future expansion plans and will provide a fantastic working environment for our creative and support teams.”

Colliers International acted for New Look and Savills and Cushman & Wakefield acted for KCCLP.

31/03/2016 11:17 by Buildington

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