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CGI of Shard Place designed by Renzo Piano; screen capture from macegroup.com

CGI of Shard Place designed by Renzo Piano; screen capture from macegroup.com

10.04.2018

Shard Place

Address:
28-30 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9SG
Type:
Residential
Completion:
Autumn 2020
Area:
180,000 sq ft
Flats:
176
Viewed:
922

Description of Shard Place

Shard Place is a 26-storey residential-led development in London SE1.

It is the 3rd phase of the 2.5 million sq ft regeneration of the Shard Quarter area immediately around London Bridge Station.

New Apartments
176 residential apartments range in size from studios to one, two and three bedrooms.

Naturally ventilated winter gardens in many of the apartments.

Amenities
Private roof garden on the 16th floor.

Landscaping by Dan Pearson Studio.

Location
Located between St. Thomas Street and London Bridge Street, next to The Shard and The News Building.

History
Fielden House office building was demolished in 2017.

References:
1. Mace macegroup.com; retrieved 10.04.2018

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News & Comments: (1)

Buildington
2018/12/18 11:32

REM and Sellar celebrated the topping out of the 26-storey Shard Place.

The topping out event was led by Michael Baker, CEO of REM and James Sellar, CEO of Sellar. To mark the event, a delegation travelled to the very top of the building to fill one final section with concrete using a ceremonial spade.

Shard Place is the third phase of the £3.5 billion redevelopment of the estate next to London Bridge station, now known as Shard Quarter. The project team will now turn its attention to completing the cladding, which is in keeping with the aesthetics of The Shard and The News Building. The interior fit-out has already commenced with the installation of high-quality fixtures and fittings.

Once completed in late 2020, Shard Place will provide a choice of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments alongside amenities for the exclusive use of residents including a cinema, spa, and private roof garden. The building will appear to ‘float’ nine metres above ground level providing 13,000 sq ft of public realm and circa 12,000 sq ft of retail space, further reinforcing Shard Quarter as one of London’s most vibrant communities.

Residents will benefit from Shard Quarter’s exceptional transport links given its proximity to London Bridge Station. Alongside the onsite amenities, Shard Quarter is next door to world-famous cultural hotspots and historical locations, such as Borough Market, Bermondsey Street and Tower Bridge, making the area an attractive place to live, as well as work and visit.

Read more at remlimited.com.

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