Centred around a spacious, full-height atrium offering both light and volume, the main building houses a contemporary reception area with breakout spaces and a buzzing café run by Grind. With fully refurbished contemporary interiors and new dedicated entrances at 79 Hatton Garden and The Courtyard, 6 St Cross Street, the building will make an impressive home for any forward thinking occupiers wanting to be in the heart of creative Clerkenwell.
Wired Score - Certified Gold - 6 providers (TBC)
4 X 16 Passenger Lifts, 1 X 1,600 goods lift
Metal raised access flooring with new air displacement grilles
Underfloor air displacement system (served by roof mounted air-cooled chillers) with additional fan coil units in situ.
Soffit track mounted feature lightings
The floor to ceiling heights - vary as number of large double and triple height voids along both Hatton Garden and the courtyard ranging from 5.3m-8.7m. Other areas on each floor offer heights from 2.3m-2.6m
Communal courtyard for tenant sole use
48 bicycle spaces, 7 Showers
1:8 occupancy density throughout
24/7 access with manned security cover based on the main Johnson Building ground floor reception. Otherwise all other services provided Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm
Developer Derwent London
Lease Term Full repairing and insuring lease
VAT The property is elected for VAT
Legal Costs Each party to be responsible for its own legal and all other professional costs incurred in the transaction
Local Authority The London Borough of Camden
Planning Usage: B1 Business / Office
An area of two halves, Clerkenwell offers both bustling roads and serene patches of quiet. Daytime and evening, the streets are vibrant with a vast array of bars, restaurants and galleries. Leather Lane Street Market is a stone’s throw from the building and a hidden gem in central London. It comes alive at lunch with an array of vendors and fresh faces, offering some of London’s best street food.
Clerkenwell also offers a transport hub for traveling across London and The Johnson Building is in close proximity to both Farringdon (Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan lines) and Chancery Lane (Central line) stations. Farringdon station, which has excellent underground and mainline access, will also become an Elizabeth line station later on this year. For international links, King’s Cross St Pancras is just three minutes away by underground.
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