Description of Tribeca
Tribeca at 2-6 St Pancras Way is a mixed-use development in London NW1.
The development comprises workspace, homes and supporting retail space.
- New HQ for Ted Baker PLC including an 87-room hotel
- Workspace offering a variety of scales and tenures
- New build homes including on-site affordable homes
- Ground floor retail in a variety of unit sizes
- Publicly accessible open space
At the centre of the scheme, the new headquarters building for Ted Baker and a Ted Baker branded hotel.
The site will be divided into five individual buildings, allowing the opening-up of the canal edge and the introduction of public pedestrian routes across the site for the first time in 150 years.
The Apex - 112,500 sq ft; Completion: 2022
Reflector - 217,700 sq ft; Completion: 2023–24
The Flare & The Link - 535,600 sq ft; Completion: 2025–26
The Platform 8,257 sq ft; Completion 2025–26
The 1,14ha site is bounded by St Pancras Way, Granary Street and the Regent’s Canal.
Prior to redevelopment, the site comprised three freehold plots, collectively known as "The Ugly Brown Building". Built as a Royal Mail facility in the late 1980s and converted to other uses in 2000.
2020 October - 2021 February - Donwell demolition works at Pot A.
2018 - Plans approved for the demolition of the existing building (Class B1 and B8) and erection of 6 new buildings ranging in height from 2 storeys to 12 storeys in height above ground and 2 basement levels comprising a mixed-use development of business floorspace (B1), 73 residential units (C3) (10xstudio, 29x1 bed, 27x2 bed 7x3 bed), hotel (C1), gym (D2), flexible retail (A1 - A4) and storage space (B8) development with associated landscaping work. Camden Council ref. no. 2017/5497/P.