Fully booked: all units let at hi-tech reinvention of Euston railway buildings - Colliers International | London



  1. November 2017

  2. Fully booked: all units let at hi-tech reinvention of Euston railway buildings

    13 November 2017
    Acting on behalf of Aviva Investments, we have now successfully completed the letting of every office at the somewhat sensational refurbishment of the former Railway Clearing House at 163-203 Eversholt Street in Euston.
    Carried out to a design by Hale Brown Architects and shortlisted for the British Council of Offices Awards 2017, the refurbishment of the Grade II Listed parade of elegant Georgian buildings worked hard to retain the many surviving elements of the building’s history – including the existing steel structure, listed iron metalwork and timber tongue & groove boarding– while developing a brand new contemporary aesthetic and specification to add new interest. The result was a striking collection of sometimes breath-taking office spaces.

    About half a mile from Kings Cross and St Pancras International, 0.3 miles from Euston station and 4 minutes walk from the southern end of Camden High Street at Mornington Crescent, the buildings would be hard pressed to be more accessible and are surrounded by some of the most vibrant, diverse and cultural locations in Central London from Camden and Covent Garden to Fitzrovia and the West End.

    163-203 Eversholt Street will be welcoming as its new occupants: Total UK Ltd, the UK marketing and services subsidiary of global energy giant Total Group; international media distribution agency DHX worldwide (who have just signed Amazon’s largest ever agreement); Junifer Systems, suppliers of billing and customer information systems to major utility companies across the world; and Piriform Software, creators of flagship tools like CCleaner and Defraggler for cleaning up, maintaining and restoring desktop and mobile devices.

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