A Closer Look: Office Space in Centre Point
Located in London’s West End, Centre Point was one of London’s first iconic skyscrapers and is now a grade II listed building providing prestige serviced office space.
Completed back in 1966, the 32 storey office building was a speculative development that remained vacant for several years with original property owner Harry Hymns reluctant to lease the building on individual floors.
In 2005 the building was acquired for a reported ┬ú85m and now serviced office provider Target Space is able to offer a range of flexible workspace. A major refurbishment followed and with the prime setting, above Tottenham Court Road station offering access to Northern and Central tube lines and within a short walking distance from Charing Cross makes, Centre Point is an ideal office location.
Interestingly, spread across the top 3 floors is private members club Paramount, offering members spectacular views across Central London in addition to various exclusive bars and a restaurant. The futuristic interior, designed by the renowned Tom Dixon, perhaps acts as a deal clincher for any potential clients visiting Centre Point.
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