Alphabeta Building’s cycle-in entrance unveiled

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AN INNOVATIVE cycle-in entrance has been shown off at a newly redeveloped City of London office building.

The nine-storey Alphabeta building at Finsbury Square has a cycle ramp that leads from street level down to a secure basement storage area for 210 bikes where there’s also changing facilities.

Studio RHE are the architects behind the building which offers 220,000 sq ft of Grade A office space, close to Shoreditch and the “Silicon Roundabout”.

Some of the other features of the Alphabeta building include a “court” area, available for yoga and basketball, an eighth floor communal terrace and retail units at ground level.

The Alphabeta building has been created by redeveloping the original Triton Court building which was originally the headquarters of the Royal London Friendly Company.

WATCH: BBC video of the cycle-in entrance

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