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20 Eastbourne Terrace overlooking Paddington Station

20 Eastbourne Terrace overlooking Paddington Station

May 2011
View to 20 Eastbourne Terrace building from Gloucester Terrace. Back of the Westbourne Terrace house in the front.

View to 20 Eastbourne Terrace building from Gloucester Terrace. Back of the Westbourne Terrace house in the front.

2010
View to Eastbourne Terrace and 20 Eastbourne Terrace office building from Bishop's Bridge Road. The road is closed for vehicles (and no entrance to Paddington Station from this side) until 2014 as the Crossrail station is being built here.

View to Eastbourne Terrace and 20 Eastbourne Terrace office building from Bishop's Bridge Road. The road is closed for vehicles (and no entrance to Paddington Station from this side) until 2014 as the Crossrail station is being built here.

22 September 2012
Work has started on 20 Eastbourne Terrace.

Work has started on 20 Eastbourne Terrace.

8. March 2014
View to 20 Eastbourne Terrace from Eastbourne Mews.

View to 20 Eastbourne Terrace from Eastbourne Mews.

9. March 2014
20 Eastbourne Terrace in March 2014.

20 Eastbourne Terrace in March 2014.

9. March 2014
Considerate Constructors Scheme poster at 20 Eastbourne Terrace.

Considerate Constructors Scheme poster at 20 Eastbourne Terrace.

9. March 2014
20 Eastbourne Terrace street elevation.

20 Eastbourne Terrace street elevation.

9. March 2014
20 Eastbourne Terrace reconstruction, view to the building from Eastbourne Terrace in March 2014.

20 Eastbourne Terrace reconstruction, view to the building from Eastbourne Terrace in March 2014.

9. March 2014
20 Eastbourne Terrace development in October 2014.

20 Eastbourne Terrace development in October 2014.

7. October 2014
20 Eastbourne Terrace in Autumn 2016

20 Eastbourne Terrace in Autumn 2016

23.10.2016

20 Eastbourne Terrace

Address:
20 Eastbourne Terrace, London W2 6LE
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
2016
Area:
93,000 sq ft
Offices:
1
Viewed:
13193

Description of 20 Eastbourne Terrace

20 Eastbourne Terrace is an office building just across the road from Paddington Station in London W2.

20 Eastbourne Terrace, situated next to Paddington underground, mainline and Crossrail stations provides 92,000 sq ft of office space designed by Fletcher Priest in collaboration with Stiff & Trevillion architects. The building includes a substantial café, collaboration and business lounge at ground floor, a 2,000 sq ft roof garden on level 17 shared by all customers, and fantastic facilities including new cycle spaces, showers, lockers and changing rooms.

The scheme by Land Securities will complete in April 2016 with an anticipated total development cost of £66m.

January 2016 - The Office Group signs a lease for eight floors ie 49% of the building.

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News & Comments: (6)

Buildington
2017/05/18 10:42

20 Eastbourne Terrace is now fully let, reports Land Securities.

Source: Land Securities Preliminary Results 2017 for the year ended 31 March 2017

Buildington
2016/11/16 08:13

20 Eastbourne Terrace completed in May 2016 and is currently 90% let.

Source: Land Securities: Half-yearly results for the six months ended 30 September 2016, landsecurities.com

Buildington
2016/08/10 12:53

Three new lettings have been secured at 20 Eastbourne Terrace, reports Land Securities.

The deals, which total 24,000 sq ft and are all on a 10-year lease, will see businesses including Citrix and LivaNova join existing customers The Office Group and Coty.

The lettings include levels 15 and 16 to Citrix, an American multinational software company and level four to LivaNova, a medical device manufacturer. The latest lettings mean the building is now 90% let with only two floors still available.

Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial at Land Securities, said: “These lettings are a great endorsement of the product we have created at 20 Eastbourne Terrace. By putting the needs of our customer at the heart of our building design, we continue to attract a diverse range of businesses to our space.”

20 Eastbourne Terrace, situated next to Paddington underground, mainline and Crossrail stations, totals 92,000 sq ft of office space designed by Fletcher Priest in collaboration with Stiff & Trevillion architects. The building includes a substantial café, collaboration and business lounge at ground floor level, a 2,000 sq ft roof garden on level 17 shared by all customers, and fantastic facilities including new cycle spaces, showers, lockers and changing rooms.

Jacqueline de Rojas, Area Vice President, Northern Europe at Citrix, said: “Citrix is excited to join the 20 Eastbourne Terrace community. As we expand our footprint in London, we look forward to opening an innovative, flagship space for our customers and partners – to showcase our technology and allow people from across the Citrix community to #workhardanywhere.”

CBRE and JLL advised Land Securities. Cushman & Wakefield advised Citrix. Deloitte Real Estate advised LivaNova.

Buildington
2016/01/11 22:47

Land Securities has pre-let 45,000 sq ft at 20 Eastbourne Terrace to The Office Group on a 20-year lease.

The Office Group, a provider of flexible workspace, will take eight floors of the comprehensively refurbished 18-storey building taking the building to 49% pre-let ahead of completion in April 2016.

Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial at Land Securities, said: “We’re delighted that The Office Group has signed our first office pre-let. The flexible space The Office Group offers will be beneficial to our current and future customers in Eastbourne Terrace creating an exciting hub for businesses in the centre of Paddington.”

20 Eastbourne Terrace, situated next to Paddington underground, mainline and Crossrail stations provides 92,000 sq ft of office space designed by Fletcher Priest in collaboration with Stiff & Trevillion architects. The building includes a substantial café, collaboration and business lounge at ground floor, a 2,000 sq ft roof garden on level 17 shared by all customers, and fantastic facilities including new cycle spaces, showers, lockers and changing rooms.

The Office Group is a leading provider of design-led flexible offices, co-working spaces and meeting rooms, with 29 buildings strategically positioned across London, as well as buildings in Leeds and Bristol. These facilities will benefit all occupiers in the Eastbourne Terrace estate.

Charlie Green, Co-CEO at The Office Group, said: “Having acquired over 300,000 sq ft of new space in central London in 2015, this letting at Eastbourne Terrace signals the start of another exciting year for The Office Group.”

CBRE and JLL advised Land Securities and Cushman & Wakefield advised The Office Group.

Buildington
2014/06/13 12:21

Wates Construction has started building work to deliver Land Securities’ 20 Eastbourne Terrace.

The project will see Wates extensively renovate the former 1950s 18-storey office building, which is currently one of the oldest office towers in London.

Designed by Fletcher Priest Associates, the speculative commercial development will provide 92,000 sq ft of Category A office space, which is expected to achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent.

Stephen Bradbury, Project Director, Wates Construction, commented: “Our role as main contractor for Land Securities’ 20 Eastbourne Terrace, and its addition to our broad portfolio of exceptional office schemes, is further evidence of our extensive expertise in commercial development. We look forward to taking this exciting project forward.”

Completion of 20 Eastbourne Terrace is due in Feburary 2016.

Source: Wates Construction www.wates.co.uk

Buildington
2014/03/08 14:23

Work on 20 Eastbourne Terrace has started, see our latest photo of the building.

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