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Sellar Property has unveiled plans for an ambitious new London office tower near London Bridge Station.
The building, which will boast 60,000 square feet of office space, will be one of two buildings, which will make up the London Bridge Quarter development.
Leading architect Renzo Piano designed the 17-storey building, dubbed The Place, and construction has already commenced.
Irvine Sellar, Chairman of Sellar Group, said: “The Place will be London’s largest and most efficient office building to hit the market in 2013 – at a time when there is expected to be a real shortage of prime Grade A space available to let. The Place benefits from sharing architectural, design and construction DNA with the Shard, which will be completed next year.
“Its location, on top of one of London’s busiest transport hubs, fulfils the needs of the employer and employees alike, as it is served by a mainline station, two underground lines, Thames Link and a large number of bus routes making the daily commute so much easier. But also it is located in one of the capital’s most dynamic and increasingly attractive areas that benefit from a wide range of cultural and leisure activities.”
CB Richard Ellis and Colliers International are in charge of letting the building. Digby Flower of CBRE called the London Bridge area “one of the capital’s most vibrant communities.”
He added that The Place provides the most efficient floor plates and sustainability levels possible.
Due to The Place’s double skin façade, only 12 percent of the sun’s heat goes into the building, which cuts down drastically on the need to cool the building.
Also carbon emissions from The Place are approximately 60 percent less than the typical Grade A office building in London.