Comprehensive refurbishment and extension of a 1980s City office building
Location: 108 Cannon Street, London, EC4
Investment type: Office asset management
Investment partner: Nan Fung Group
Environmental rating: BREEAM – ‘Very Good’, EPC – B
The comprehensive refurbishment and extension of a 1980s City office building, this project transformed the building’s street presence by relocating the main entrance to the junction of Cannon Street and Laurence Pountney Lane and re-shaping the corner of the building.
The entire sixth floor was removed and re-built and a new seventh floor added. A four storey extension was also added at the rear of the building giving a total increase in net internal area of 7,000 sq ft.
Friendly building, offering a mix of amenities
108 Cannon Street is a modern tenant friendly building, offering a mix of amenities, with bike storage, shower facilities and a communal roof terrace. The roof terrace boasts exceptional views, south to the Shard, west to St. Paul’s Cathedral and northeast to 20 Fenchurch Street. All floor plates provide high levels of natural light and regular column free space. These factors combined to attract a positive and diverse occupational mix.
108 Canon Street conveniently positioned
108 Cannon Street possesses very strong transport links, conveniently positioned between Cannon Street, Monument and Bank stations where over 53 million passengers pass through annually. The connectivity is set to improve further when the new Bank station entrance opens on the north side of Cannon Street directly opposite 108 Cannon Street in 2022.