155 Bishopsgate is a mid-terrace building accessed from both Bishopsgate and Exchange square on the Broadgate Estate
Designed by the Chicago-based architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 155 Bishopsgate owes more than a little to that city’s feted architecture. While New York might be famous for its gilded skyscrapers, the ideas originated in Chicago where brilliant design minds such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe and Renzo Piano have shaped a new aesthetic of grand beauty that has given the city a reputation as an “architectural mecca”.
Step into 155 Bishopsgate and you’re transported into a heroic Chicago wonderland with a vast reception featuring the giant bronze torsos of Jim Dine’s East End Venus, golden escalators and marble floors that conjure up an over-the-top vision of an Eighties bankers’ paradise. It’s a grand legacy that Broadgate is proud to celebrate.
|FLOOR AREA INFORMATION|
|7th Floor||38,061 sq ft|
|6th Floor||38,093 sq ft|
|4th Floor||17,258 sq ft|
|3rd Floor||21,281 sq ft|
|2nd Floor||44,184 sq ft|
Active frontage onto Bishopsgate
Activated reception on ground and 1st floor
Terrace available on the 7th floor
Resilient, high capacity power supplies
Four pipe air conditioning
2.7 – 3.8m floor to ceiling heights