One Pancras Square - Fast Facts
Total area: 55,000 sq ft net over 8 floors
Floor plates: 7,050 sq ft net, 600 sq ft balconies
2,800 sq ft of retail at ground level
Architect: David Chipperfield Architects
BREEAM rating: Outstanding
Underground: in the building
Mainline stations: < 1 minute
Location and ConnectionsWith six tube lines, two mainline stations and Eurostar literally on your doorstep, you can’t be better connected.
The building is part of a two million sq ft cluster of 12 office buildings south of Regent’s Canal. It is accessed either from the main entrance on Pancras Square or from King’s Boulevard.
The columns, and their progress, at One Pancras Square:
Casting process for the One Pancras Square's columns:
The best of the High Street will be available on bustling King’s Boulevard
The building is located on Pancras Square with its terraced water feature and outdoor seating areas – the perfect place for a business breakfast, al fresco lunch, or after-work drinks. A three-minute walk takes you to the boutique shopping and eating around Granary Square and Regent’s Canal.
A public sports centre with two pools and a public library will be located on Pancras Square.
One Pancras Square
55,120 sq ft net over 8 floors
This Grade A island office building has a prime spot at the gateway to the King’s Cross development. Connections here are unrivalled and the new underground entrance is in the building itself. Completing 2014.
For further information on the building please visit gridironkingscross.co.uk or download the brochure here.
Oliver Ulmer from David Chipperfield Architects talks about the design of the building:
The building is designed by award winning David Chipperfield Architects
The quality of architecture reflects the important position of this building at the gateway of the development. The iron twisted columns reflect the Victorian heritage of the site.
The building is approximately 55,120 sq ft net over 8 floors. A typical floor is 7,050 sq ft net with 600 sq ft of south facing balconies. Shops and cafes will be housed at street level. A through-reception can be accessed either from the main entrance on Pancras Square or from King’s Boulevard.
Goods and services for this building are delivered below street level via a shared access route. The target completion date is Q4, 2013.
As with all the office buildings at King’s Cross, the very latest technology will reduce running costs for the occupiers and minimize environmental impact. The building will meet the BREEAM standard ‘Outstanding’ and will be linked to the site-wide district heating network. This network will provide 100% of the development’s heating and hot water needs.
The building is designed with both active chilled beams and opening windows so that it can be ventilated mechanically or naturally. Carbon emissions will be substantially lower than required.