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10 Brock Street

This 14-storey office building uses modern technology to operate in an environmentally sustainable way, looking on to Regent's Place's plaza.

Architect

Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Date

2013

Regent's Place Estate NW1 3JL

Sat/Sun 10am-5pm. Regular tours.

Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Euston Square

Euston

30, 24, 29, 18, 205, 88

  • Access for wheelchair users
  • Toilets available

10 BROCK STREET Brief History: One of the final parts of the Terry Farrell masterplan for the Euston Road area, encompassing Regent_s Place. This building will help to modernise the area and make the road into a more cohesive and inviting route into London. The building and the new pedestrian street are named after Sir Thomas Brock, the revered sculptor who had a studio just around the corner from the development on Osnaburgh Street.Notable Features:This brand new development comprises of 320,000 sq ft of office accommodation, incorporating three glass buildings of 8, 10, and 16 storeys, with floor to ceiling glazed external cladding.Llooks out onto the busy Regent_s Place plaza, where outdoor events are held during the summer.Full-height atrium with 16 lifts, 8 of which are scenic liftsBuilding will be home to around 4,000 peopleBREEAM _excellent_ rating and EPC _B_ ratingSustainable features include high performance glazing, rainwater collecting system, and green space on terracesWill also include ground floor retail units on the new pedestrianised Brock Street