Land Securities has a proven track record in transforming London.
Completed in 2006, Cardinal Place was one of the biggest developments in Victoria for decades, and is now one of the most recognisable sites in the area. On completion it attracted major new businesses and retail brands to the area and quickly became the heart and soul of Victoria.
One and Two New Ludgate are statement buildings created to be individual yet harmonious. The work of two leading architectural practices, they feature materials, colours and architectural lines that have been inspired by the spaces and buildings around them, while also exemplifying the very latest thinking in workplace and retail design. Completion of both buildings is due in Q2 2015.
A spectacular mixed-use development with public space at its heart, forming the cornerstone of our vision for Midtown. Over 673,820 square feet of office space is divided into flexible spaces on a human scale, creating new homes for businesses such as Deloitte, Speechly Bircham and Taylor Wessing among many others.
123 Victoria Street, located within minutes of the major transport interchange of Victoria Station, has undergone a major internal and external transformation, and is now the new home of Jimmy Choo, CDC, Labelux and John Lewis Partnership.
Designed by Jean Nouvel, one of the world's most celebrated modernist architects, this mixed-use development offers approximately 341,215 square feet of prestigious office space and 221,736 square feet of shops, cafés and restaurants – restoring Cheapside to its rightful place as one of London's great commercial thoroughfares.
Designed by Rafael Viñoly, this spectacular addition to the London skyline is due for completion in spring 2014, with circa 354,304 sq ft already pre-let to Markel International, Tokio Marine Kiln Insurance, Ascot underwriting, Liberty Mutual and Liberty Syndicates. As well as being a heavyweight business address in the heart of the city, the building – 155 metres up – will be home to a spectacular Sky Garden offering views across the capital.