CITY TOWER
LONDON
City Tower is one of the most recognised and well-established office addresses in Central London. A comprehensive refurbishment is now complete, offering high quality tower floors of 6,300 sq ft, with dramatic panoramic views of the City.
1.0 TENANT PROVISIONS
1.1 CYCLE CENTRE
A cycle centre accommodating 77 spaces will be provided in the basement where a drying room will also be located. This will be accessed via a ramp and walkway from Basinghall Street.
1.2 SHOWERS
A dedicated shower for Sky Light is provided within the demise. Within the cycle centre, 9 new showers are provided.
1.3 CHANGING & LOCKERS
Male and Female changing rooms each contain 168 (900 x 600 x 350 mm) ventilated lockers
1.4 TEAPOINTS
Plumbing and drainage connections are provided with branches for extensions by the tenant to teapoints at 2 positions on each floor.
1.5 SERVICING
Service access is provided via a separate entrance off London Wall with direct access to the goods lift, which serves all floors in the building.
1.6 CAR PARKING
32 available spaces are located in the basement floors of the building, accessed directly from Basinghall Street.
1.7 PUBLIC REALM/TERRACE
The first floor roof and City walkway will be newly landscaped to create a public realm with seating, shelters and planters.
1.8 TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Cable ducts are provided into the building from the local infrastructure to the central basement telecoms room with routes available to each tenant area. A central satellite system is installed with connections available to each tenant space.
2.0 BUILDING SPECIFICATION
2.1 QUALITY STANDARDS
The development is designed to comply with appropriate current BCO Standards, Codes of Practice and Part L Building Regulations 2010.
2.2 DIMENSIONS
Finished floor to ceiling: Main Tower Reception 5125 mm Double-height areas 5850 mm Ground & first floor offices 2520 mm Raised floor zone 100 mm
2.3 OCCUPANCY STANDARDS
The building has been designed to accommodate the following occupancy ratios: Heating and Cooling 1 per 8 sq m Lifts N/A Means of Escape 1 per 6 sq m WCs 1 per 8 sq m (based on a 60:60 split)
2.4 FLOOR LOADINGS
The floor slabs are designed to accommodate the following uniformly distributed live loads: General office areas 4.7 kN/ sq m
3.0 INTERNAL FINISHES
3.1 SKY LIGHT & MAIN TOWER RECEPTION AREA
  • – Floors will comprise natural grey limestone tiling with recessed proprietary entrance matting
  • – Painted plasterboard walls with back painted glass to core
  • – Ceilings will be painted plasterboard
  • – Custom built reception desk
  • – Purpose built feature staircases
  • – Boone Edam crystal tourniquet 4 wing revolving entrance door with DDA compliant fully automatic pass door
3.2 SKY LIGHT OFFICE AREAS
Newly refurbished office areas will comprise the following finishes:
  • – Floors will be finished with a new Kingspan 600mm x 600mm fully accessible raised floor tile system
  • – Walls will be painted stone/plasterboard with vinyl skirtings
  • – Suspended ceiling be SAS System 330 with 1400 x 300mm perforated metal plank ceiling tiles, flush fitting luminaires and plasterboard margins
  • – 1st floor ceiling will also include 3 no. 5m x 3m skylights and 6 no. 2m diameter circular rooflights.
3.3 WCs
The WCs will be refurbished to include:
  • Conglomerate 600 x 300mm floor tiles
  • – Back painted glass and acrylic eggshell painted walls
  • – Painted plasterboard ceilings
  • – Full height proprietary toilet cubicle doors in lacquered   paint
  • – Corian vanity units with countersunk ceramic basins
  • – Chrome, touchless, sensor flow taps.
3.4 STAIRCASES
TOWER
Painted steel stair with stone treads, glass balustrades and stainless steel Reception handrails
SKYLIGHT
Steel stair with stone treads and risers, glass balustrade, stainless steel Reception handrail and stringers
1.0 TENANT PROVISIONS
1.1 CYCLE CENTRE
A cycle centre accommodating 77 spaces is provided in the basement with drying facilities. This is accessed via a ramp and walkway from Basinghall Street.
1.2 CHANGING & LOCKERS
Male and Female changing rooms each contain 48 (900 x 500 x 350 mm) ventilated lockers. There is further provision for lockers in the basement.
1.3 TEAPOINTS
Plumbing and drainage connections are provided with branches for extensions by the tenant to teapoints at two positions on each floor.
1.4 SERVICING
Service access is provided via a separate entrance off London Wall with direct access to the goods lift, which serves all floors in the building.
1.5 PUBLIC REALM/TERRACE
The 1st floor roof and City walkway has been newly landscaped to create a public realm with seating, shelters and planters.
1.6 TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Cable ducts are provided into the building from the local infrastructure to the central basement telecoms room with routes available to each tenant area. A central satellite system is installed with connections available to each tenant space.

2.0 BUILDING SPECIFICATION
2.1 QUALITY STANDARDS
The development is designed to comply with appropriate current BCO Standards, Codes of Practice and Part L Building Regulations 2010.
2.2 DIMENSIONS
Finished floor to ceiling:
Main Tower Reception5.1m
All Floors2.55m
Raised floor zone (L3-20)up to 125 mm
2.3 OCCUPANCY STANDARDS
The building has been designed to accommodate the following occupancy ratios:
Heating and Cooling1 per 10 sq m
Lifts1 per 10 sq m
Means of Escape1 per 6 sq m
WCs1 per 10 sq m
(based on a 60:60 split and 20% absenteeism
2.4 FLOOR LOADINGS
The floor slabs are designed to accommodate the following uniformly distributed live loads:
General office areas2.75 + 1.0 kN/ sq m
2.5 OFFICE FINISHES
Flooring: New Kingspan 600 x 600 mm fully accessible raised floor tile system

Ceiling: New SAS 1400 x 300 mm metal plank tiled suspended ceiling with flush fitting luminaries and plasterboard margins

3.0 MECHANICAL SERVICES
3.1 ELECTRICAL SERVICES
High voltage supply to the building is transformed down to 400/230v and discharged at low voltage via a main switchroom located in the basement.

LV distribution boards are located in the electrical risers for lighting and power.

3.2 LOAD DENSITIES
Small Power25 w/ sq m
Spare Riser Capacity10 w/ sq m
(20–25% spare ways in distribution boards)
Lighting12 w/ sq m
Mechanical5 w/ sq m
3.3 STANDBY POWER
A 550 kvA generator (fuelled by an 8-hour diesel bulk storage tank) is located on the roof providing essential power to the landlord’s life safety systems. There is the potential to support some tenant small power and lighting requirements.
3.4 LIGHTING
Zumtobel LED LG7 lighting designed to 400 lux in office areas.
3.5 VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION
4x20 person Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant passenger lifts.

An 890 kg Goods lift (1200 x 1600 x 2100mm) serves Basement to 20th floors in the building.

4.0 BUILDING MANAGEMENT
4.1 SECURITY
24 hour manned security is provided.
4.2 BUILDING MANAGEMENT
  • – On site building management team
  • – Building Management System
  • – Receptionists during office hours
4.3 AIR CONDITIONING DESIGN
Four pipe fan coil system with following design criteria:
External
Summer31°C db / 20°C db
Winter-4°C saturated

Internal:
Summer22-24°C
Winter21-23°C

Ventilation Rates:
1.2 l/sec/sq m (+10% for future tenant requirements)
10 air changes per hour extract in the WCs

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
The building is designed with the following energy efficiency features:
  • – Energy efficient lighting and controls
  • – High efficiency chillers
  • – Variable speed pumps
  • – Variable air volume fan coils
  • – Low water use fitting
The building has achieved BREEAM 2008 target: ‘Very Good’
4.0 MECHANICAL SERVICES
4.1 AIR CONDITIONING DESIGN
The office space will be heated and cooled by a ceiling mounted variable air volume four-pipe fan coil system situated in 50–80 sq m zones internally, and a minimum of 1 per 6m x 4.5m zone at the perimeter of the offices.

Fan coils will supply conditioned air to the space via linear slot diffusers. The units will vary the volume and temperature of supply air to suit internal gains and losses.

4.2 EXTERNAL DESIGN CRITERIA
Summer31°C db / 20°C db
(Air cooled plant selected to operate at 100% capacity up to an ambient of 35°C and at a reduced capacity above that)
Winter-4°C saturated
4.3 INTERNAL DESIGN CRITERIA
Summer22°C–24°C
Winter21°C–23°C
HUMIDITY
Target 30–70% (space allocation for future humidification plant will be allowed within the supply ductwork)
4.4 VENTILATION RATES
Fresh air and extract ventilation will be provided to the offices via roof and basement air handling units.
OFFICES
1.2 l/sec/sq m (+10% for future tenant requirements)
WCS
10 air changes per hour extract
4.5 COOLING LOADS
Lighting12 w/ sq m
Small Power25 w/ sq m
4.6 INTERNAL NOISE CRITERIA
Offices AreasNR 38
WCsNR 45
ReceptionNR 40
4.7 ELECTRICAL SERVICES
High voltage supply to the building is transformed down to 400/230v and discharged at low voltage via a main switchroom located in the basement.

Each floor is fed by two tenants‘ lighting distribution boards and two tenants‘ power distribution boards.

LOAD DENSITIES
Small Power25 w/ sq m
Spare Riser Capacity10 w/ sq m
(20–25% spare ways in distribution boards)
Lighting12 w/ sq m
Mechanical5 w/ sq m
4.8 STANDBY POWER
A 550 kvA generator (fuelled by an 8-hour diesel bulk storage tank) is located on the roof providing essential power to the landlord’s life safety systems.
4.9 LIGHTING
Lighting installation will comply with Lg7 standards.

The installation will comprise of recessed 1200 x 300 mm Wila Avic linear fluorescent luminaires. A lighting control system will be provided to allow future flexibility with the control of the lighting.

The following levels of illumination will be designed for:

General office areas400 lux
Reception200 lux
Common areas100–150 lux
4.10 LIFT INSTALLATION
All lift landings and lift cars are compliant with Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). A platform lift serves the ground and first floor offices, accessed off the main reception. For ddA purposes, a Sesame Access Step System will be installed to access the ground floor offices from the Sky Light reception area.

An 890 kg goods lift (1200 x 1600 x 2100mm) serves Basement to 20th floors in the building.

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
The building is designed with the following energy efficiency features:
  • – Energy efficient lighting and controls
  • – high efficiency chillers
  • – variable speed pumps
  • – variable air volume fan coils
  • – Low water use fitting
The building is designed to achieve the following: BREEAM 2008 target: ‘Very Good‘
CYCLE CENTRE
77 SPACES
168 LOCKERS
4 MALE SHOWERS
4 FEMALE SHOWERS
1 DISABLED SHOWER
WCS
TOWEL SERVICE
DRYING ROOM
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AMENITIES
1.Virgin Active Gym
2. Madison
3.Barbecoa
4.Burger & Lobster
5. Manicomio
6.Barbican Arts Centre
7.The Trading House
8.Anthologist
9.Davy’s at Woolgate
10.Enoteca De Luca
11.Hawksmoor
12.Pure Gym
13.Goodman
14.Nuffield Health Gym
15.The Ned
16.Hop
17.K10
18.Coco di Mama
19.Blacksheep Coffee
20.LA Fitness
21.Manon
22.Brasserie Blanc
23.Le Relais de Venise
24.South Place Hotel
25.Taylor St Baristas
OCCUPIERS
26.Phillips 66
27.FTI Consulting
28.Investec
29.Lloyd's
30.Standard Bank
31.Commerzbank
32.Hewlett Packard
33.Cleary Gottleib
34.Linklaters
35.Schroders
36.Standard Chartered
37.Chicago Booth Business School
38.Nasdaq
39.Simmons & Simmons
40.Legal & General
41.Smith & Williamson
42.Macquarie Bank
43.Bank of Tokyo
44.Prudential Regulation Authority
45.Blackrock
46.Deutsche Bank
AGENTS
JLL
JEREMY ATTFIELD
020 7399 5675
JEREMY.ATTFIELD@EU.JLL.COM
KATIE SOMMER
020 7399 5125
KATIE.SOMMER@EU.JLL.COM
CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD
JAMES YOUNG
020 3296 4273
james.young1@cushwake.com
EMMA STRATTON
0203 296 4281
emma.stratton@cushwake.com
SAVILLS
JAMES GILLETT
0207 409 8961
JGILLETT@SAVILLS.COM
ALICE MURRAY
020 7075 2866
AlMurray@savills.com
OWNER
GREAT PORTLAND ESTATES PLC

Great Portland Estates is a FTSE 250 property investment and development company owning £3.1 billion of office, retail and residential space in central London. Our portfolio consists of 57 properties totalling 3.1 million sq ft, with a development pipeline totalling 2 million sq ft of potential new space. We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders by unlocking the often hidden potential in retail and office property in central London.

www.gpe.co.uk

ARCHITECT
ORMS
Established in 1984, ORMS is an award winning modern design firm specialising in architecture, interiors and the reuse of buildings.
MISREPRESENTATION CLAUSE
The particulars contained in this brochure are believed to be correct, but cannot be guaranteed. All liability, in negligence or otherwise, for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded. This property is offered subject to contract. September 2017.


Great Portland Estates Plc is a member of the Commercial Landlords Accreditation Scheme and supports the code for Leasing Business Premises in England and Wales 2007, produced by The Joint Working Group on Commercial Leases. Details on the Lease Code can be found at clascheme.org.uk

ENTRANCE
Sky Light's new entrance highlights the impressive roof lights
RECEPTION
The bright, contemporary Sky Light reception has been designed to impress. The six-metre-high glazed façade showcases a stunning light space and the reception's feature staircase
RECEPTION
Sky Light's reception has been designed to impress. A striking feature staircase leads to the first floor
OFFICE SPACE
Sky Light offers 25,700 sq ft of newly refurbished offices over two interconnected floors
GROUND FLOOR
A feature roof light
FIRST FLOOR
FIRST FLOOR
A feature roof light
First floor and light well to Ground floor
The double-height London Wall façade offers high-profile branding opportunities
ENTRANCE
The realigned entrance sits beneath the 21-storey tower on Basinghall Street.
CITY TOWER
The refurbished City Tower has new external cladding panels and improved glazing.
BASINGHALL STREET
City Tower's sleek exterior from Basinghall Street frames the neo-Georgian Girdlers hall, originally built in 1681.
RECEPTION
The five metre-high remodelled reception includes a manned reception desk, high quality finishes and soft seating areas.
RECEPTION
The new double-height reception features luxury seating and a side-lit leather panelled wall.
LIFT LOBBY
Four new 20 person passenger lifts access the tower floors.
The feature staircase with side-lit rolled Spinneybeck leather wall.
The view looking west to St Paul's
Floor plates of 6,300 sq ft available
360° views of the City
REMODELLED INTERIOR
The refurbished 5,300 sq ft third floor has floor to ceiling glazing and direct access onto the roof gardens.
REMODELLED INTERIOR
The new business lounge on the mezzanine floor provides informal meeting space.
REMODELLED INTERIOR
The view from the 11th floor through the enhanced glazing.
REMODELLED INTERIOR
A clear floor to ceiling height from core to glazing provides permeability through the floorplate.
CYCLE CENTRE
A dedicated cycle route leads to the newly created cycle centre.
CITY TOWER
The cycle centre has separate male and female changing facilities with 77 cycle spaces and 168 lockers.
CITY TOWER
The shower facilities include a concierge towel service and drying room.
SCHEDULE OF AREAS
GROUND FLOOR
FIRST FLOOR
TYPICAL FLOOR
GROUND FLOOR OPEN
FIRST FLOOR OPEN
GROUND FLOOR CORPORATE
FIRST FLOOR CORPORATE
CORPORATE SPACE PLAN
FINANCIAL SPACE PLAN
UK LEGAL SPACE PLAN
CYCLE CENTRE
A dedicated cycle route leads to the newly created cycle centre.
The cycle centre has separate male and female changing facilities with 77 cycle spaces and 168 lockers.
The shower facilities include a concierge towel service and drying room.
LONDON WALL
ALDERSGATE
COLEMAN STREET
FINSBURY SQUARE
THE NED
POULTRY
LEADENHALL MARKET
DAVY'S
WOOLGATE
THE NED
POULTRY
EXCHANGE SQUARE
BROADGATE
MOORGATE STATION
BARBECOA
NEW CHANGE
ONE NEW CHANGE
CHEAPSIDE
THE ROYAL EXCHANGE
BANK
LA RELAIS DE VENISE
THROGMORTON STREET
BURGER & LOBSTER
BREAD STREET
COCO DI MAMA
PATERNOSTER SQUARE