Four Pancras Square is fully let to Universal Music
Location and Connections
Four Pancras Square is a Grade A office building located on the new Pancras Square and Goods Way. The building is the final part of a two million sq ft cluster of 9 office buildings south of Regent’s Canal. Here you’re ideally located to take advantage of everything on offer at King’s Cross.
The King’s Cross St Pancras transport hub with six tube lines, two mainline stations and Eurostar are on your doorstep.
Designed by Eric Parry Architects, Four Pancras Square will be an11-storey commercial building with stunning views across Regent’s Canal to Granary Square and St Pancras Clock Tower.
The building will comprise approximately 170,000 sq ft over 10 floors with retail at street level. A typical floor is 20,500 sq ft. Goods and services are delivered below street level via a shared access route.
The building has an address on Pancras Square. With its terraced water feature and outdoor seating areas, it’s the perfect place for a business breakfast, al fresco lunch, or after-work drinks. Cafes and restaurants spill out into the Square and just across Regent’s Canal is Granary Square and the boutique shopping and eating of Coal Drops Yard.
The best of the High Street will be available on bustling King’s Boulevard. And the shops and restaurants in the new King’s Cross Station and St Pancras International are just minutes away. The new Pancras Square Leisure Centre and public library are in the neighbouring building.
As with all the office buildings at King’s Cross, the very latest technology will reduce running costs and minimise environmental impact.
The building will meet the BREEAM standard ‘Excellent’ as a minimum and will be linked to the site-wide district heating network. Four Pancras Square has been designed to maximise the benefits of its location. Orientation, solar shading, the use of thermal mass for cooling and passive ventilation systems all contribute to energy efficiency.
For further information please visit the dedicated Four Pancras Square website