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An office space tower that is still under construction on the south bank of the River Thames has already become the tallest building in London and one of the loftiest in Europe.
The Shard, which is to contain more than half a million square feet of London office space, will eventually reach more than a thousand feet above ground level and should be completed less than two years from now.
Architect Renzo Piano found room for a number of residential apartments, retail space and restaurants, as well as office space, at the central London site which is on one side of the well-known London Bridge.
The heavily developed Docklands area of the city had until recently laid claim to the tallest building in England with One Canada Square in Canary Wharf reaching up to 770ft, but the still-to-be-finished Shard has already surpassed that mark and is on course to be the highest structure in the European Union.
Significant financial backing was required to turn the Shard project into a reality and the relevant developers received roughly £2 billion worth of investment from a quartet of Qatari businesses back in 2008.
Elsewhere in the capital, the accountancy firm KPMG recently had its new office space headquarters in Canary Wharf opened by the Queen and British Land revealed its plan to build an iconic new skyscraper in the City of London with the help of Oxford Properties.
All of which looks like good news for London as a whole and could even help it build on its reputation as one of the best places in the world to rent or acquire office space.