24 storey’s, unique panoramic views across the Bank conservation area and “un-interrupted 360-degree views of London” are what you’ll get if you decide to take office space in Angel Court.
The Grade-A office space comes complete with numerous outdoor spaces and terraces, and is delivering carbon emission 35% lower than building regulations, having achieved an EPC rating of A and a “50% reduction in anticipated water use through grey and rain water harvesting”, as well using 60% recycled foundations.
It looks kinda nice too, nestling amongst the “Walkie-Talkies”, “Gherkins”, and “Cheese Grater’s” of London’s financial district.
Construction began in 2010, and Architects Fletcher Priest worked on the sustainability and innovation of the building, described as “an exemplary project, one of the first London City commercial offices to secure a BREEAM 2014 Excellent Design Stage Assessment”, by Waterman Director Mark Terndrup.
Office space available ranges from 8,700 square feet to 27,000 square feet – there are Garden floors, Sky floors, roof gardens and a “vibrant new public realm” which will host the Peruvian Restaurant Coya, and Coffee and Wine Bar operator, Notes.
If you only watch one cool time-lapse video today, make it this one.
“It’s such a pleasure to see the new building come to life in the city. This project has been a significant logistical challenge being placed right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of London but it was worth it”, says Mace’s Paul Dalton – Mace acted as construction manager on the £125m project.
But the big question is – what is its nickname? Our suggestion? The Hexagon, because as far as we can tell, it’s 6 sided.