Construction completes on Sixty7 Hope Street
February 16 2012
Work began on the scheme way back in May 2007, beginning a near five year construction period during which the project architects, gm+ad, split; the original contractor, Chard Construction, went bust and the developer, Rob Hill, sold up to a pension fund.
Now the completed building, originally known as the Copenhagen Building, has been rebranded as Sixty7 Hope Street in a bid to drum up occupier interest.
Comprising a ten storey glazed infill, sandwiched between two Edwardian office blocks, the development boats 65,000sq/ft of contemporary Grade A open plan floorplates.
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