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The Building

A landmark building providing 425,279 sq ft of premium office space in an enviable location

Broadgate Quarter is a landmark building providing 425,279 sq ft of premium office space in an enviable location on the edge of Broadgate, Liverpool Street.

This internationally desirable business location provides a link between the bustling amenities of the Broadgate district and the vibrant Tech City and Hoxton areas, home to the powerhouse companies of tomorrow.

Up to 46,324 SQ FT of new Grade A Office space is currently available – click here for further information.

Specification

The building is multi-tenanted with accommodation over 12 floors, surrounding a bright central atrium, with upper floors enjoying spectacular views across the skyline of the City of London and Shoreditch. The ground floor comprises of two spacious receptions, located at 9 Appold Street and 1 Snowden Street, and four premium restaurants.

Summary

  • Fan coil air conditioning
  • 150 mm raised floors
  • 2.8m floor to ceiling height
  • Metal tile suspended ceilings
  • 1:10 sq m occupation, burstable to 1:7 sq m or 1:5 sq m
  • Diverse electrical supply from separate substation in each building
  • Diverse comms routing
  • 180 bike spaces & 38 car spaces
  • Welfare Facilities including 16 showers, 90 lockers & disabled w/c

Occupiers

Sustainability

At Broadgate Quarter we take our environmental responsibilities seriously.  We currently hold the ISO 14001 certification.  This means the standard is used for the building’s Environment Management System.

We have also been awarded the Green Ribbon Award from Hosking Associates for the third year running.  This is awarded to businesses who pass a 50-point environmental audit and continue to improve their environmental credentials.

All occupiers of Broadgate Quarter are kept up to date on any environmental achievements and initiatives.  We always welcome any suggestions for ways to improve.

Energy Management

The management team at Broadgate Quarter work closely with Schneider Electric to provide an energy management strategy.  With smart meters deployed around Appold Street and Snowden Street, this process enables far greater visibility of energy consumption and delivers energy savings for occupiers.

Successful work on plant optimization and system efficiency with new chillers and the installing of LED lighting in common areas has underpinned these savings.  Gas consumption has also been improved by the boiler optimization program giving a 4.7% reduction.

Overall our target is to reduce energy use by a further 5%.  This will continue to lower the utility bills and reduce the cost of the Carbon Reduction Commitment imposed by the UK Government.

Environmental Intent

Recycling

Broadgate Quarter is committed to minimizing the impact we make on the environment.  As a multi-tenanted building, we promote recycling to all our occupants.  An extensive recycling programme is in place, including: food waste separated for anaerobic digestion, glass separation, cardboard separation and mixed dry recycling.  All general waste then goes through a materials recovery facility and finally for energy generation where recycling is not possible.

 

March Waste Breakdown