With light flooding in from three sides, and minimal columns, there’s nothing standing between you and some of the most breathtaking views in London, looking south, east and west over the City, the River Thames and beyond.
Most high-rise buildings are built around a central concrete core to provide lateral stability – not at The Leadenhall Building. Instead the steel megaframe gives the building its strength and also means office floors have very few internal columns, allowing a great deal of flexibility in how the space can be used.
43 - 6,967 sq ft
32 - 11,091 sq ft
27 - 12,901 sq ft
15 - 17,331 sq ft
Jones Lang LaSalle 22 Hanover Square London W1S 1JA