Three Pancras Square has been let to global communications group, Havas.
The building is ideally located to take advantage of everything on offer at King’s Cross. There are stunning views across the Canal to the heritage buildings around Granary Square.
Location And Connections
Three Pancras Square is a Grade A office building located at the corner of King’s Boulevard and Goods Way. The building is part of a two million sq ft cluster of 12 office buildings south of the Canal. Six tube lines, two mainline stations and Eurostar are within a two minute walk.
The building is located at the corner of 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. Or just cross the canal and you’re at Granary Square and the boutique shopping and eating around the Coal Drops.
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. A public sports centre with two pools and a public library will be located on Pancras Square.
The building is designed by Porphyrios Associates, the practice that jointly created the King’s Cross masterplan. It has stunning views across the canal to Granary Square and to St Pancras Clock Tower. The building houses approximately 158,000 sq ft over 10 floors. A typical floor is 18,300 sq ft. The street level will house premier retail.
Goods and services for the building will be delivered below street level via a shared access route.
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 ‘Excellent’ as a minimum and will be linked to the site-wide district heating network. This network will provide close to 100% of the development’s heating and hot water needs. The building has been designed to maximize the environmental benefits of its location. Orientation, solar shading, the use of thermal mass for cooling and passive ventilation systems all contribute to energy efficiency.