Two Pancras Square is a major office development by the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership, designed by Allies & Morrison it completed in 2014.
New development of Grade A offices in King’s Cross
Targeting BREEAM rating ‘outstanding’
King’s Cross St Pancras underground station delivers no fewer than six London tube lines, while King’s Cross mainline station has 12 platforms for local, suburban and national travel. And from St Pancras International, as well as more national destinations, you can be in the centre of Paris or Brussels in a couple of hours.
There are 10 other mainline railway stations in London – all easily reached from King’s Cross. Then there are London’s five international airports, some of the busiest in the world, all accessible within an hour.
It is the most connected transport hub in London.
Two Pancras Square is in the heart of the new King’s Cross redevelopment. The ongoing regeneration of it’s railway lands, some 67 acres, is restoring heritage buildings and creating 20 new streets and 10 new squares. It will provide three million sq ft of new workspace, 500,000 sq ft of shopping, cafés, bars and restaurants, and up to 2,000 new homes.
At Pancras Square, there are shops and offices, restaurants and bars. There is even public access to a new gymnasium, swimming pool and library at The London Borough of Camden offices at Five Pancras Square.
World renowned companies who have already moved to King’s Cross incluce: Googlee, Ted Baker, BUPA, Eurostar, the Office Group and Grant Thornton
King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership
Allies & Morrison