Office to rent
£49.50 psf 4,477 sq ft
Senator House provides office space over lower ground, ground and six upper floors. The large rectangular floor plates, average approximately 20,000 sq ft (1,858 sq m).
Developed initially in 1991 by Hammerson plc, the building is of steel frame construction utilising a reinforced concrete pile system and concrete suspended basement raft slab. The exterior is clad with a combination of polished and textured granite detailing, featuring anodised metal window frames. Part of the building is constructed over the remains of the Huggin Hill Roman Baths. During the construction of Senator House the remains were encased in concrete with no rights of access.
In 2009, Senator House was substantially refurbished at a cost of £5.915 million: The professional team comprised: • Project Manager - Total Project Integration • Architects - RHWL Architects • Main Contractor - Parkeray. The comprehensive refurbishment included the reception, common area, WC’s and Levels 0, 1, 2 & 4. At the same juncture The Commonwealth Bank of Australia fully refurbished their accommodation on Level 3, whilst International Power substantially refurbished their accommodation on Level 5 and part Atrium. The total area refurbished therefore, represents over three quarters of the entire property.
Senator House is located in the prime city core lying approximately 500 metres south-west from The Bank of England. The building occupies a substantial island site on the south side of Queen Victoria Street with over 150 metres of frontage to this major arterial route. The principal frontage of the building is to Queen Victoria Street, within 50 metres from its junction with Cannon Street to the east. Cannon Street is one of the main east-to-west arterial routes linking the City to the West End. New Bridge Street is approximately 500 metres to the west, providing direct access to Blackfriars Bridge to the south and Farringdon Street to the north.
One New Change Shopping Centre lies approximately 200 metres directly to the north, with St Paul’s Cathedral to its west. Forming part of Cheapside, the City of London’s principal retailing thoroughfare and historic marketplace, this area provides numerous bars, restaurants and cafes in the immediate vicinity.
The Cheapside Initiative will continue to enhance this location. Senator House benefits from excellent transport communications with London Underground and mainline rail networks being readily accessible, providing access to Central London and the commuter belt beyond.
This office to rent is located in City and County of the City of London, London.View the performance or update the listing in CoStar