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Under construction: 77 Coleman Street

Thursday 10 October 2019

Construction continues on 77 Coleman Street, the statement HQ building in the heart of London that combines contemporary design, efficient floorplates and views over Coleman Street Gardens. 

The façade is now complete, and the CAT A works are now well underway.

Due for completion in the first quarter of 2020, the impressive new Buckley Gray Yeoman designed building will provide office and retail space in the City with clear views of Coleman Street Gardens and less than a minute walk from Moorgate's new Elizabeth Line station.

A new pedestrian connection will be built between Coleman Street and Moorgate by expanding Nun Court to provide pedestrians with a fast and bright route through a busy part of London to easily access Moorgate underground station.

Situated in one of the most sought-after locations in the City, the offices will be accessed through a generous new entrance at 77 Coleman Street. Entering the building, tenants are welcomed by a spacious, 4 metre high reception. The reception and breakout space feature distinctive, luxurious finishes and floor-to-ceiling glazing overlooking Coleman Street Garden, and it features an integrated café and shared workspace.

The development will also provide upper floor terraces with spectacular views of the city over the gardens, as well as 146 cycle spaces.

John Harcourt, Head of Kajima Properties, said: “77 Coleman Street is well placed to capitalise on the growing demand for multi-functional accommodation in well-connected London locations. It is a fantastic scheme and a new address for the City, and it will combine the highest quality design and a fantastic outlook across one of the City’s exceptionally rare green spaces. 

Whilst its location is undoubtedly core City, we see 77 Coleman Street as a ‘London’ building given its design and its proximity to the Elizabeth Line. The retail and leisure elements, whilst separate, will complement the offices as well as start the regeneration of Moorgate as a new City retail destination.”