The Leadenhall Building is a unique 610,000 sq ft office tower prominently located in the centre of the City of London. Its distinctive and elegant design provides the ultimate in flexibility of accommodation, and the spectacular scale of the seven storey high landscaped public space at ground level is unprecedented in London.
Every element of The Leadenhall Building provides modern office occupiers with efficient accommodation in which to work at their best, supported by customer service of the highest standard. This is a welcoming building, making a positive addition to the London skyline, maximising natural light and delivering highly serviced light filled offices with spectacular views across the city.
The Leadenhall Building has 258,249 sq ft of office space still available, with floors ranging from 6,900 sq ft to 17,300 sq ft. All of these are on the upper levels of the building, can be easily linked, and give stunning views of London.
An efficient floor plate has been created by locating the main building core to the north. This is a dynamic feature in its own right and houses banks of glazed high speed passenger lifts.
The imposing steel mega frame structure of the building, encased within a sleek envelope of glazing, is juxtaposed with a sophisticated internal design, featuring reflective black glass, polished steel and granite – timelessly glamorous yet understated. Escalators from the public space take visitors from the landscaped ground level space directly into the main building reception – a dramatic and engaging arrival experience.
The public space at the base of the building is on a scale unprecedented in London – It will be a unique destination in its own right with a combination of landscaped area, shops and a major new restaurant all providing vitality and interest.
The credentials of The Leadenhall Building provide the development with unrivalled integrity, authenticity and quality.
Designed by the leading architects RSH+P, the building is already recognised as a great piece of contextual architecture and a genuine new icon for London, one of the very few buildings that will be instantly identified with the city.