Rolling Stock Yard is a new landmark development offering 57,500 sq ft of contemporary office space designed by world-renowned architects Squire & Partners.
Brand new inspirational development designed by Squire & Partners
Contemporary façade with full height glazing, vertical timber fins and perforated metal screens
Double height industrial-style entrance lobby with mezzanine breakout deck
Dedicated reception café facility
Four pipe fan coil air conditioning
Exposed services and concrete soffits
2.985m raised floor to ceiling height
Full access metal raised floors with 100mm gross clear void
Soft spots to facilitate internal staircases
Openable windows for natural ventilation
3 X 13-person passenger lifts
Base build design density of 1 person per 8 sqm
110 on-site secure cycle spaces
16 showers and 65 lockers
1,540 sqft roof terrace with granite paving and panoramic views of London
Male/Female WC’s and accessible shower on every floor
Lease Term New full repairing & insuring lease(s) available for a term by arrangement direct from the freeholder
VAT The property is elected for VAT
Possession Q1 2020
Legal Costs Each party to bear their own legal costs in this transaction
Local Authority The London Borough of Islington
Planning Usage: B1 Business / Office, A3 Restaurants
The office space at Rolling Stock Yard complements the blend of innovative businesses moving to post-industrial York Way.
London’s new cultural co-working hub, Tileyard Studios, has attracted tenants as diverse as musician Mark Ronson, event space Two Tribes brewhouse and design agency Think Tank.
Whether it’s Rapha cyclewear’s converted warehouse, Antony Gormley’s sculpture studio or Liam Gallagher’s HQ for his Pretty Green menswear label, originality is about the mix, not just the individual.
As its name suggests, Rolling Stock Yard takes inspiration from the area’s pioneering railway development – a story that started with the nineteenth century Great Northern Railway and now sees King’s Cross at the apex of a network reaching from Scotland to France, and beyond.
The building’s subtle exterior pattern of verticals and horizontals echoes that of the high-speed tracks that crisscross around York Way, while its materials are steeped in locomotive design: smooth hewn wood and corrugated metal panels that catch the light like the doors of passing freight trains. This lightly industrial aesthetic works with huge glass windows in the double-height reception, openplan flexible offices and an unrivalled 360-degree vista of London from the roof terrace.
With its proximity to good railway connections – and to the creative co-working ethic of neighbours such as Tileyard Studios – Rolling Stock Yard is part of a dynamic and growing network.
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