36 Queen Street is a beautifully conceived, commercial development, situated in one of London’s most historic locations. Together, the building and surroundings create an inspiring working environment.
Today, Queen Street is graced by the elegant new façade of number 36, a newly refurbished 46,000 sq ft commercial building in the heart of the City. A modern yet totally sympathetic addition to the City of London office property
Grade A reconstruction incorporating full height glass cladding
Impressive ground floor reception
Fully refurbished to Cat A standard
Garden on lower ground level
BREEAM ‘ Very Good’ Rated
Feature terrace on sixth floor
36 Queen Street is located on the western side of Queen Street at its junction with Skinners Lane. Mansion House, Bank, Cannon Street and Blackfriars stations are all within a short walk.
The area around Queen Street has long been known for trading and commerce. It was here that tea was first introduced to the country in the late 1600s. Now, you’re more likely to find refreshment in world-class bars and Michelin-starred restaurants.
The City of London has evolved over many years to become an exceptionally attractive and exciting location. Financial powerhouse, café society, entertainment centre, historic landmarks, retail hub. At 36 Queen Street you’ll be within touching distance of all this and more.
Maris Interiors undertook the office design and fit-out programme for UBA on the ground and lower floors in the building. In 2015 Bloomberg, a global mass media corporation, will move to a site just north of Queen Street. The scheme will include three new public spaces, as well as a covered retail and restaurant ‘district’.
London & Oriental
Lai Sun Development Company
QS & Project Management