Description of 20-21 St. James's Square
A 70,000 sf / 6,500 sqm office property, 20-21 St. James's Square is comprised of two interconnected buildings: a historic 1774 section designed by architect Robert Adam, and a 1930s extension with a 1990s addition. The Robert Adam-designed building is a Grade I listed structure, the highest level of landmark protection afforded.
Comprehensively redeveloped in 1989, the premises provide an impressive headquarters office building offering predominantly modern, open-plan accommodation. Amenities include full air conditioning, fully accessible floors, metal-tiled suspended ceilings, 5 passenger lifts and 14 car parking spaces. The new building benefits from fully accessible raised floors, and the Adam Building provides period accommodation with outstanding floor-to-ceiling heights and ornate finishes.
Located in the heart of London's West End, St. James's is one of the most valuable real estate areas in the U.K. and is widely regarded as one of London's most prestigious headquarters office addresses. 20-21 St. James's Square benefits from substantial frontage on St. James's Square and proximity to the Piccadilly and Green Park Underground stations, as well as the Jubilee, Bakerloo, Victoria and Piccadilly subway lines.