Specification

10 Bloomsbury Way was built in 1947 for the Ministry of Defence and was substantially extended for them in 2002.

The refurbishment is now complete and has reinvented the building to create a more open, modern workplace.

The building has a new double-height office reception space with a large cafe, tenants’ bike parking and showers/changing rooms, three retail/restaurant units at ground floor, and office accommodation above.

The refurbished floorplates provide open-plan office accommodation around a central core. Individual floors can be split into up to three tenancies per floor if required. The new 9th floor is a single tenancy floor.

There are three large roof terraces at 9th floor.


  • Striking double height entrance hall (5,000 sq ft approx)
  • Entrance lobby comprising reception with seating/meeting area and wi-fi
  • 4 (21 person) passenger lifts
  • Separate goods and fire fighting lifts
  • 9th floor roof terrace
  • Dual access to office floors from core
  • Separate delivery and goods entrance from Bury Place
  • 126 bike spaces
  • 9 car spaces
  • Changing facilities including 11 showers and 3 WCs on ground floor
  • New metal tiled raised floors (320 mm maximum)
  • Finished floor to ceiling heights ranging from 2,575 – 3,025 mm
  • Downflow air displacement under floor ventilation and cooling air-conditioning system
  • Plastered and painted ceiling soffits and exposed steel columns
  • Zumtobel linear suspended up/down LG7 lighting
  • Incoming HV supply to the building from the UKPN ring main providing security of supply. The total incoming capacity is 2700kVA.  There is in excess of “300kVA” spare capacity available for future tenants use.
  • Total office area 153,777 sq ft / 14,285.9 sq m
  • BREEAM ‘Excellent’

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A development by

londonregional

Professional Team

Architects
buckley

Structural
urs

Mechanical and Electrical Engineersblyth

Main Contractor
kier