Times Square, London

Skidmore Owings Merrill
Date Built
106 Victoria Street
Times Square is described by the property owner as, "... an important new development within the City of London close to St. Paul’s Cathedral and adjacent to Blackfriars Station and St. Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe. The facade of Times Square is a combination of brick and stone with a double height pediment, designed to articulate a grand entrance with a projecting glass canopy. Between the stone piers that form the pediment, floor-to-ceiling glass bay window sills project from the facade to create a textured streetscape. The major tenant at Times Square is Mellon Financial Corporation. ....

....  This is a contemporary building with state-of-the-art operational systems in the historic area of the City of London and Fleet Street. Office floors can be divided into separate units providing an efficient floor plate surrounding an atrium. The division can be varied on a floor-by-floor basis for maximum tenant flexibility. Underground parking provides space for 40 cars and 40 bicycles."

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