Centre Point is an iconic building located between Oxford Street and Covent Garden in London's West End WC1.
The building is transformed by Rick Mather Architects and Conran and Partners who will revive its sixties design appeal alongside cutting-edge design and technology.
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The development comprises 82 apartments on 34 levels. Interior design by Conran & Partners.
The apartments and penthouses were marketed by Knight Frank and CBRE.
- 24h concierge
- 30m pool
- Treatment room
- Residents' Club with meeting room
January 2015 - Reconstruction begins.
2013 July - developer Almacantar secured planning consent for a comprehensive refurbishment to transform Centre Point into a world class mixed use scheme.
The original building was first designed by Richard Seifert with engineers Pell Frischmann and was constructed by Wimpey Construction from 1963 to 1966. It is 117 m (385 ft) high, has 34 floors and 27,180 m2 (292,563 sq ft) of floor space and is the joint 27th tallest building in London. It was one of the first skyscrapers in London. It is a grade II listed building (listed in 2008).
The tower sits immediately adjacent to the new Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station, which is currently under construction. The opening of Crossrail combined with other initiatives in the vicinity is forecast to double pedestrian footfall to approximately 200,000 people per day, the same level as Oxford Circus.
2008 Autumn - The members-only club, Paramount, was opened at the top of Centre Point. Occupying the top three floors of the building, Paramount was designed by British designer Tom Dixon, and included an event space on the 31st floor, exclusive bar and restaurant on 32nd, and a 360-degree viewing gallery on the 33rd floor - the top floor of the building. Views from the venue were described as spectacular, but members had to be invited and assessed by a panel including English actor Stephen Fry. Pierre Condou, owner of the club, negotiated a 35-year lease with Targetfollow on the 31st, 32nd and 33rd floors for the space. Paramount closed in January 2015.
1995 - Centre Point is granted listed building status.
Source: wikipedia.org, centrepointlondon.com, almacantar.com
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