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08 June 2016

Look Up: The City of London’s Future Skyline

By Richard Brown (Luxury London)

Despite the financial crash putting the brakes on plans for the Pinnacle, it’s boom time once again for development in the City.

These are the latest towers set to transform the skyline. 

100 BISHOPSGATE

Nickname
Not yet

Developer
Brookfield Property

Architect
Allies and Morrison (King’s Cross Tunnel) + Arney Fender Katsalidis

Size
83,600 sq m

Expected Completion
2018

About
100 Bishopsgate will take the space currently occupied by six other City buildings, and will have a half-acre ‘public realm’ at the base, connecting St Mary Axe, Bishopsgate and Camomile Street. Owner, and the world’s biggest office developer, Brookfield, announced last November that the first seven floors had been let to the Royal Bank of Canada.

Read the article online at: http://goo.gl/AFzXN8