100 Liverpool Street
London, City




The Space


100 Liverpool Street will provide 433,000 sq ft of contemporary office space and a spectacular restaurant with excellent views. The existing building adjacent to Liverpool Street Station and the future Crossrail Station has been extensively rebuilt and extended in a major development for British Land. The redevelopment creates a new, contemporary identity for the building, befitting its size and location, connecting to the Broadgate estate and one of the public entrances to Liverpool Street Station.

The existing 1980s building originally featured deep floor plans suitable for dealer floors. In order to create a modern and flexible office space Hopkins stripped the building back to its structural frame, relocated cores to the perimeter of the building to create more open and flexible office layouts and created a new central atrium.

100 Liverpool Street has achieved a BREEAM Outstanding rating and is on target to achieve WELL Gold certification.


  • Three building entrances and direct covered access to Liverpool Street Station
  • Prime new development with North and South cores
  • Floor to ceiling glazing
  • 4 pipe fan coil air conditioning
  • Fresh air volume 16L per second per person
  • 2.8 – 3.4m floor to ceiling height
  • Occupational density 1:8 (1:6 Levels 2&3)
  • Central feature staircase
  • Impressive lawned and tree-lined terraces on levels 6 to 10
  • Outstanding cycle facilities with 60+ showers with underfloor heating
  • BREEAM ‘Excellent’, Wired score Plantinum, WELL ‘Silver’ certified
  • 90,000 sq ft of retail including rooftop restaurant (level 9) and reception coffee and bar on the 2nd floor
  • Available from Q1 2020