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The 775-foot high Heron Tower in Bishopgate, the tallest building in the City of London, is complete and ready for business, its developer has announced.
Gerald Ronson, Chief Executive of Heron International, said that the building, featuring 443,000 square feet of office space, was finally ready to be occupied. Already US law firm giant McDermott Will & Emory has leased 40,000 square feet in the building. Additionally office supply company Landmark has leased 35,000 square feet.
This just leaves 368,000 square feet for the developer to fill.
Heron Tower will feature a restaurant and bar on levels 38-40 run by Sushisamba featuring Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian food. There will also be a ground floor bar and restaurant dubbed ‘The Drift’.
Ronson commented: “Heron Tower’s completion is a significant event not just for Heron but for the City of London as a whole. New, world-class office developments play an important role in attracting international companies to the Square Mile, helping it to retain its status as the global financial capital.
“Heron Tower has taken more than 12 years from conception to completion but the results speak for themselves: this is a truly exceptional office development in one of the world’s best locations.”
London Bridge’s The Shard is nearing completion, and will stand at 310 meters tall, but still has almost a year to go. For now One Canada Square in Canary Wharf is the tallest building in London.
Ronson recently stated that the UK’s stagnant property market is due to rise in 2014 or 2015.