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Broadwalk House Also known as Building 9-10 Broadgate

 

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  • Initial planning on The Broadgate Centre began in 1984 as a response to British government policy as soon as Thatcherite deregulation of the City of London became known. As such Broadwalk House was built with two trading floors on the two floors immediately above ground.
  • Site excavation began in November 1987 with the basement slab completed by early 1988 and the building rising above ground in February 1988.
  • Broadwalk House was constructed using a concrete frame due to costs. It cost 8.86 per square foot to build using a concrete frame whilst a steel frame cost 10.82 per square foot. It is the only concrete framed building at the Broadgate Centre.

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Architect
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Concrete Frame Contractor
R O Rourke and Son Ltd
Developer
British Rail
Stanhope PLC
Development Manager
Bovis Lend Lease

Reference Data

Reference No.
7235
First Uploaded
17-02-2015
Last Editorial Date
17-02-2015
 

Building Location

Address
5 Appold Street, London. EC2A 2HA
Estate
Broadgate
Council
City of London
County
London
Region
London
Country
United Kingdom

Building Specification

Status
Complete
Proposal date
1986
Construction start date
1987
Completion date
1989
Style
Post Modern

Roof Height (AGL)
42.00

Total Floors (O.G)
8
Total Floors (U.G)
2

Market Data

Primary Use
Office
Secondary Use
Retail

Floorspace (sq m)
27,000.00

Construction Cost
£40,000,000.00
Budget Date
1989

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