A Closer Look: Office Space in Euston Tower
The 407 ft Euston Tower is a 36-floor skyscraper located within the Regent’s Place development, a mixed-use scheme born out of the original ‘Euston Centre’ proposal. This was developed by British Land and, upon completion in 2013 with the delivery of the North East Quadrant, will provide 1 million sq ft of office, retail and leisure space.
Designed by architect Sidney Kaye and completed in 1970, the glass-clad Euston Tower was then the tallest building in London and became famous throughout the city for its affinity with local broadcasting station Capital Radio, which moved into the building in 1973. The station continued to broadcast from Euston Tower until 1997 when it relocated to Leicester Square.
Euston Tower is traditionally a conventional office building, housing major corporations including Santander, JP Morgan, Atos Origin and WS Atkins among others, but more recently it has become a popular base for small businesses through the conversion of two upper floors into serviced office space.
The business centre joined the officebroker.com portfolio in January 2011 and since then, consultants of officebroker.com have visited the building, commenting that the standard of the office space, facilities and communal areas is very high and offers an excellent package for small or medium sized businesses.
Central London consultant Richard Horwell said that the building features a “grand entrance”, adding: “There is plenty of natural light inside, modern decor, quality furniture and good internet access. There are free meeting rooms available and break-out areas.
“It’s the tallest building in the area – and while this may not suit people who don’t like heights, the views are amazing!”
A re-design of the business centre interior, located on floors 33 and 34, has been undertaken with the help of workplace consultants Peldon Rose, who were tasked with updating the space to create a professional and welcoming environment, making the most of the impressive views, and maximising natural light within the property.
The results paid off, and the high standard of the business centre has attracted numerous positive comments from touring clients, one having described it as the “best serviced office in London” while another noted: “Superb views all round, great facilities and good location.”
Along with the standard facilities such as a staffed reception, meeting rooms and broadband access, clients also have access to communal facilities in the building such as a Virgin Active gym, a nursery and ground floor shops including a Starbucks and Sainsbury’s Local.
Find out more about office space in Euston Tower online at officebroker.com.
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