1 Bartholomew Lane receives heritage award

London office space wins prestigious award.

City Heritage Award goes to central London office space.

1 Bartholomew Lane has received accolades at the annual City Heritage Awards. The commercial property won the award for the refurbishment carried out on the building recently. The office building is located in the heart of London across from the Bank of England.

The commercial office space won one of the most prestigious awards on offer, the City Heritage Award 2011. The ceremony was sponsored by The City Heritage Award and The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers. 1 Bartholomew Lane underwent an extensive £32 million refurbishment programme and is now one of London’s most sought after high quality office spaces.

The building offers 79,000 square foot of office space across 13 floors. Outside the property still features the original exterior façade from the 1930s whilst the interior now offers modern open floor offices in a range of floor plates. The largest available is around 8,100 square feet.

The interior was designed by Sidell Gibson, speaking of the award their partner in charge Richard Morton commented: “We are delighted to receive this recognition from the City of London for our work on this fine building by Mewes and Davis, designers of the Ritz. After a great team effort our client now has a building which will perform effectively for many years to come.”

Rental prices for the space stand at around £55 per square for on the lower floors whilst the higher floor’s tariffs are only available upon application. It is expected that international and financial firms will be interested in the London office space.

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