HB Reavis, the leading commercial property developer in Central and Eastern Europe which entered the London market in 2013, has scooped two industry awards for its prime City of London development, 33 Central.

The UK Property Awards has recognised 33 Central as the Winner of the Best Office Architecture in London, while awarding a Highly Commended accolade in the Office Development in the UK category.

Celebrating the highest levels of achievement and excellence by companies operating in all sectors of the real estate industry, the UK Property Awards are open to leading commercial and residential property companies from around the globe. An expert panel of independent judges made up from senior industry professionals decide the award winners and highly commended accolades across all categories.

33 Central is HB Reavis’s flagship office scheme in the heart of the City of London, on one of the best located development sites in the capital, less than a minutes’ walk from London Bridge, the Monument and the Bank of England. When completed in 2017, the building will provide 21,100 sq m of Grade A office space over 9 floors, with a quarter acre roof top garden overlooking the River Thames and other iconic London landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Shard.

The striking John Robertson Architects-designed building will be constructed by HB Reavis’ in-house team to the highest standards, targeting a BREEAM Excellent rating for its sustainable design.

Tomáš Jurdák, Managing Director of HB Reavis UK said: “It is always extremely gratifying to receive such industry recognition. We are very proud of 33 Central and these awards are testimony to the world class team we have assembled to deliver this flagship project, which will exhibit the utmost in quality and design specifications both inside and out when brought to market in 2017.”


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