5 Aldermanbury Square, Barbican, London. EC2V 7HR
The property was designed by Eric Parry Architects, developed by Scottish Widows and ND Properties Inc (as joint venture partners) and completed in 2007. The property provides Grade A office, retail and ancillary accommodation arranged over two basement levels, ground and eighteen upper floors. The office floor plates provide virtually column-free accommodation, with only four columns running up through the building. The design of the floor plate provides almost unbroken office spaces of 47.5 m and 58.9 m on the east and west elevations. At ground level there is a walk-through connecting the landscaped and pedestrianised Aldermanbury Square with Wood Street to the west. In addition, there are two retail units and a 260 sq m (2,799 sq ft) dual access, triple height reception with entrances from both Aldermanbury Square and Wood Street. A loading bay facing Aldermanbury Square incorporates two car lifts which provide access to 18 car, 49 motorcycle and 149 bicycle spaces at basement level one. Storage accommodation is located at basement levels one and two.
Four pipe fan coil air conditioning
Eight 26-person passenger lifts serving ground to 18th
Metal tiled suspended ceilings with recessed LG7 lighting
Fully accessible raised floors with a floor void of 150mm
Typical office floor to ceiling heights of 2.7m
Male, female and disabled toilet accommodation
One 2,000kg goods lift
5 Aldermanbury Square occupies a prominent position within the heart of the City of London, located in close proximity to the Guildhall and the Bank of England. The property is situated on an island site fronting London Wall to the north, Wood Street to the west, with walkways separating the adjacent police station to the south and neighbouring 1 Aldermanbury and Brewer’s Hall to the east. Communications are excellent with access to St Paul’s (Central line), Bank (Central, Northern, Waterloo & City and Circle and District lines as well as DLR services) and Moorgate (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Northern and Metropolitan Lines) and Barbican (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines) all within close proximity.