Revamp for Broadgate office building proposed

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A PLANNING application has been submitted to the City of London Corporation for the refurbishment and extension of an office building in Liverpool Street.

100 Liverpool Street, which sits at the corner of the large Broadgate office campus, would get a new facade and three additional storeys to create a building offering 515,000 sq ft of office and retail space.

The planning proposal by developer British Land arrived with local planners just before Christmas and would also see a new restaurant on the ninth floor.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices, British Land, said: “We have put forward a proposal for an innovative refurbishment of 100 Liverpool Street which we believe will appeal to a wide range of occupiers. This is an important part of our broader plan to re-position Broadgate to meet the changing needs of a growing and dynamic market place. The demands on this area of the City are changing with the regeneration of nearby Shoreditch and we are focused on evolving the Broadgate campus to match these needs.”

The developer has also just announced a 65,000 sq ft office deal with collaborative coworking space provider WeWork in 199 Bishopsgate which takes the entire Broadgate office estate to total occupancy.

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