112-114 Tooley Street comprises a Victorian double fronted property arranged over lower ground, ground, and two upper floors. The office accommodation on the ground floor benefits from being open plan and offers significant outside space to the rear. The lower ground floor comprises archive space and meeting rooms, and benefits from natural light via pavement lights and a rear light well. The upper parts of 112 comprise office space, with WC’s on the landings and an outside terrace at first floor level. The upper parts of 114 are configured as an attractive split level self contained two bedroom flat, with an outside terrace at first floor level.
South Bank is now well established as a core location in central London, competing on every level with the traditional areas of the West End and the City. The district has long been seen as a significant cultural hub and is home to many of London’s well known cultural institutions including The National Theatre, The Globe Theatre, Tate Modern, Borough Market, and the White Cube Gallery. South Bank continues to benefit enormously from being an alternative to the West End and City markets, as occupiers seek a more vibrant working environment, that offers a rich blend of restaurants, retail, and contemporary culture. 112-114 Tooley Street occupies a prominent freehold site on the south side of the street, close to the junction of Bursar Street. It is situated immediately opposite the hugely successful More London Estate with its impressive line-up of corporate occupiers and the GLA (Greater London Authority). Occupiers from all sectors have been attracted to the wider area including: media (Financial Times Group), banking (RBS and Lloyds), utilities (Petro Canada), accountancy (Ernst & Young, PWC), and the legal profession (Lawrence Graham, Norton Rose).