Tower 42, formerly known as the natwest tower, was designed by richard seifert in the 1970's and boasts impressive views across the city to the gherkin, st.
Paul’s cathedral and the shard and forty-two floors of office accommodation.
The twenty-fourth floor is a restaurant with stunning views across london.
Also onsite is a gym and fitness room, a sky-high champagne bar and restaurant, plus secure underground parking.
Liverpool street tube is only three minutes away and bank and moorgate tube stations are also close.
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Property facts for Tower 42, London
Tower 42 is one of the tallest buildings in the City of London at 607 feet (185 m) and one of the capital’s most recognisable landmarks. The property is accessed via a three level entrance lobby from Old Broad Street that was refurbished in 2008. Tower 42 provides high quality office accommodation arranged over 43 floors.
The building is located on the East side of Old Broad Street in the centre of London. The Bank of England is within close proximity with Bank, Moorgate and Liverpool Street underground stations close by.
This building has been Certified Wired Platinum
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