New Bridge Street House
New Bridge Street House is a mixed-use building consisting predominantly of upper floor office and ground floor retail located in the City of London. Site is bounded by an office building with a party wall to the north, Ludgate Cellers Substation immediately to the east parallel the Thameslink Railway tracks, a pocket park to the south (adjacent to Queen Victoria Street) and New Bridge Street (A201) to the west. Originally built in the early 20th century, it has a ground floor, six upper floors and a basement and has been refurbished during the 1980s. The proposed scheme is a refurbishment of commercial office demise while retail units at part ground floor and part basement continue trading uninterrupted.
Commercial office areas include part ground floor, part basement and full ...
LOCATION: City of London, United Kingdom
CLIENT: City of London Corporation
TOTAL SITE AREA: 730 sqm
PROGRAM: Office, Retail
ARCHITECT: Alfredo Roccia | P+W