Located just off London Bridge and within the City of London, 33 Central was our first foray into the UK real estate market. Designed by John Robertson Architects, the nine-storey 21,000 sq m island-site provides stunning office space with large flexible floorplates, state of the art facilities that maximise natural light and spectacular surrounding views. By increasing the natural light available to occupiers, apart from their wellbeing, we’re also increasing their productivity.

Whilst the building has impressive features such as the double height reception, it is the third-acre roof top garden with over 40 different species of wild plants and flowers native to Britain on the roof top garden that really wows and offers fantastic panoramic views of London’s most famous landmarks including the Shard and the Walkie Talkie building. We were thrilled when, in 2016, we forward sold 33 Central to American bank, Wells Fargo in one of the largest post-referendum office transactions in London. The deal was completed in December 2017.

Benefits

  • HB Reavis’ first entry into the UK real estate market
  • Nine storey island site
  • A third of an acre rooftop garden designed by Townshend Landscape Architects
  • Located just off London Bridge within the City of London
  • BREEAM Excellent certification
  • Forward sold to American bank Wells Fargo in 2016 in one of the largest single office deals in the City of London market that year and less than a month after the historical Brexit vote. The deal completed in December 2017.

Specification

  • Expected gross leasable area
    21,000 sq m 226,000 sq ft
  • Delivered
    2017
  • Concept architects
    John Robertson Architects

News from 33 Central

Location

33 King William Street
City of London
EC4R 9AS
United Kingdom

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