Legal & General breaks ground on £200m office project

WCN Editorial Team 3 Jul 2017 EUROPE BUSINESS

LGIM Real Assets and Mitsubishi Estate London have broken ground on a £200m office project at 245 Hammersmith Road in London.

The property, which includes a basement, ground and 11 upper floors, will also feature retail space, public plaza and an urban park.

The 250,000 sq ft project has been designed by Sheppherd Robson and will be executed by Lendlease. Mitsubishi Estate London and LGIM Real Asset are equal stake partners in the scheme.

The project will incorporate various sustainable features with an aim to receive the BREEAM “Excellent” rating and will look to positively contribute to its community during and following completion of the construction work.

LGIM Real Assets head of business space development Simon Wilkes said: “The building aims to create a new standard of office space for Hammersmith with unparalleled amenity for occupiers including a new plaza and urban parks.

“The building will also have extensive shared workspace as part of the entrance, creating a stimulating workplace which nurtures wellbeing and looks to inspire and connect its future occupiers, as well as the whole community which will be able to enjoy the extensive green spaces.”


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