Sixty London Wall

Why look further?

Sixty London Wall offers 328,500 sq ft of premium office space over ground and 10 upper floors, with five stunning roof terraces offering views over the City.

418
Bike racks

7
Dedicated visitor bike parking

38
Showers

380
Lockers

27
Folding bike lockers

16
Electric charging bike/scooter locks

Bike maintenance area

Water cooler station

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  • Aerial view of Sixty London Wall
  • Finsbury Circus entrance
  • Reception
  • Reception
  • Reception
  • Reception – part 2nd floor
  • Part 2nd floor
  • Office space - part 2nd floor
  • Finsbury Circus from the 3rd floor
  • Cat A office – 3rd floor

Now is the time to be

One step ahead

A flexible workspace designed to help businesses develop a strong culture, and encourage collaboration, creativity and a sense of belonging within the workforce.

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next?

One of the City’s most prominent new office buildings, providing a workplace that aligns with the modern way of working, where well-being, environment and a complete experience is provided for those working there.

The Building

  • Occupancy density ranging between 1:6 and 1:8 sq m
  • Floor to ceiling heights ranging from 2.75m to 3m
  • Fresh air provision ranging from 1.5 to 1.7 litres per second per m2
  • Four scenic and four internal passenger lifts
  • WiredScore Platinum rating
  • Smart Technology enabled

Wellbeing

  • 38 showers and changing facilities at ground floor level
  • 380 lockers
  • 418 bike spaces, 27 folding bike lockers and 16 electric charging bike lockers
  • 7 dedicated visitor bike parking
  • Water cooler station
  • 2 Star Fitwel Certification
  • CyclingScore Certified Platinum

Sustainability

  • BREEAM 2014 Outstanding
  • BREEAM ‘in use’ assessment underway
  • Low energy fan coil air conditioning
  • Energy recovery on ventilation system
  • High performance façade insulation
  • Daylight linked lighting controls
  • Embodied carbon is 40% lower than similar newly built office space
  • 15% reduction in carbon emissions*

*In comparison with a Part L compliant newly built building

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