King's CrossAn extraordinary piece of London

 
 

Two Pancras Square

130,000 sq ft with floor plates of 15,500 sq ft over nine floors

Two Pancras Square, and people sitting in Pancras Square at lunchtime in King's CrossAn iconic building in a prominent position facing Pancras Square.

The building designed by Allies Morrison was completed in June 2014 and was fully let on completion. It is moments from both stations and the new tube exit under 1 Pancras Square. The building benefits from a wide array of amenity around Pancras Square, Granary Square and in the stations. There is also a private roof garden which proves particularly popular during the spring and summer months and which can be hired for events and is for the exclusive use of the building occupiers.

The building enjoys a regular footplate therefore allowing an efficient fit out with Grade A specification throughout. There is an impressive reception area, hall call destination lifts and floor to ceiling glazing on all floors, which provides light airy working space. There are showers and cycle spaces in the basement.

 

 

Fast facts

Total area130,000 sq ft net over 9 floors

Floor platesc.15,500 sq ft net, retail at ground level

ArchitectAllies and Morrison

BREEAM ratingOutstanding

UndergroundAdjacent

Mainline stations1-2 minutes

StatusComplete

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Contact

For more information please contact:

DTZ
T: 020 3296 3000

John Forrester
Richard Howard
Alex Kemp
Tim Plumbe

SAVILLS
T: 020 7499 8644

David Williams
Tracy Collins
Mark Gilbart-Smith
Roseanna Jaggard
Stuart Lawson