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Entrance to 280 High Holborn in 2014

Entrance to 280 High Holborn in 2014

27. October 2014
Whetstone Park side

Whetstone Park side

October 19, 2011
View from east

View from east

October 19, 2011
The site is registered with Considerate Construction Scheme

The site is registered with Considerate Construction Scheme

October 19, 2011
280 High Holborn from High Holborn

280 High Holborn from High Holborn

October 19, 2011

280 High Holborn

Address:
280 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EE
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
September 2012
Flats:
6
Offices:
1
Retails:
1
Viewed:
9310

Description of 280 High Holborn

280 High Holborn is an eight-storey, 69,624-square-foot (6,471-square-metre) office, retail and residential building in Holborn, London WC1.

The site is located in Midtown halfway between the City and the West End near Covent Garden. The project faces High Holborn with the green spaces of Lincolns Inn Fields just to the south.

Net Rentable Area
Retail space: 305 sq. m. (3,280 sq. ft.)

Office building: 5,850 sq. m. (62,973 sq. ft.)

Residential: 313 sq. m.(3,371 sq. ft.)

Six south-facing residential units are included overlooking Whetstone Park and Linclon's Inn Fields beyond.

Businesses in the Building
- Pret a Manger cafe (updated 2017)

History
280 High Holborn occupies the site of the former Chichester House.

2014 Hines sold the property in August 2014.
2012 Reconstruction completed in 2012.
2011 Reconstruction started in February.

Source: Hines, GMW Architects

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