Redwood Consulting has supported Mitsui Fudosan UK (“Mitsui Fudosan”) and its development partner Stanhope plc with the announcement of the completion of the partnership’s 300,000 sq ft prime office building, Angel Court, Bank.
Officially opened by Japanese Ambassador to the UK Mr Kōji Tsuruoka at a ceremony on Thursday 23 February 2017, a press release was issued by Redwood to all target media the following day, including latest imagery of the scheme. Drafted by Redwood, the announcement included all key messages for the project and incorporated messaging from the scheme’s architects and engineers.
Located in the heart of London’s financial district, the 24-storey building, designed by Fletcher Priest Architects with Waterman Group as multidiscipline engineering consultants, is the newest addition to the evolving City skyline.
Fletcher Priest has created a sustainable, urban workplace in the form of a light, bright glass tower. The design focused on creating large floorplates across the buildings six lower ‘Garden’ floors, which benefit from a number of large terraces and outdoor spaces. Across the building’s 18 upper ‘Sky’ floors, the design delivers unique panoramic views across the Bank conservation areas and uninterrupted 360-degree views of the London skyline.
Alongside delivering prime new office space, Angel Court also boasts a high quality and unique retail and dining offer, with new occupiers set to significantly rejuvenate the surrounding streetscape.
The completion announcement coincides with the latest operator signing for space at the scheme – tandoori-style barbecue restaurant, temper. Launched by renowned chef Neil Rankin and business partner Sam Lee, temper has taken 5,000 sq ft on a 20-year lease for its second restaurant.
The announcement secured coverage of the completion and new letting in a range of key media, including Property Week, CoStar, Building, Premier Construction News, Bisnow and Commercial News Media.