BCO award goes to London’s Angel Building

Angel Building wins BCO award.

London commercial property wins refurbished office award.

The Angel Building has won the Refurbished/Recycled Workplace award from BCO. The award was given to the building’s developers after their successful work transforming the building from its original state in the 1980s.

The offices are located in Clerkenwell and have long been considered one of London’s finest workplaces. The awards were given out last week during an event at the Marriott Grosvenor Square. Various offices across London and the South East were judged to find the best workspaces in the area with the Angel Building scooping the best Recycled/Refurbished award.

Prior to the revamp the offices featured old fashioned 80s designs and inefficient energy solutions. Now the building maximises space and light whilst featuring greenery at street level and a modern roof terrace.

The property was designed by AHMM architects and is currently the largest redevelopment Derwent London has ever completed. The offices were opened in October last year and supply 263,000 square feet of quality office space.

Derwent London have managed to lease out most of the space within the Angel Building which is now almost at full occupancy. Recent deals include NG Bailey, who will take 17,000 square feet on the third floor, and Expedia who have leased 80,000 square feet of office space within the property.

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