Projects > Verde SW1
- London SW1
- Client: Tishman Speyer
- Size: 442,900sqft / 41,145sqm
- Services: Architecture
Located within 150 metres of a new entrance to Victoria Station, Verde SW1 has 282,000sqft of grade ‘A’ office space across ten floors and six expansive roof gardens totalling more than 20,000sqft.
The building is the result of a complex and exacting redesign and redevelopment of the former Eland House to meet contemporary office requirements, as well as ambitious environmental targets.
The stepped roof terraces provide a unique offer in the office market in this part of London, and take advantage of outstanding views across Buckingham Palace and Green Park.
Innovative approaches to sustainability include the ability of tenants to track their own energy consumption with on-site energy and carbon footprint monitoring and reporting as well as a dedicated cycle ramp which delivers cyclists down to generous facilities in the building’s basement.
The building was winner of the OAS Awards 2018 in the Best West End Refurbishment / Regeneration category, winner in two categories at the UK Property Awards in 2017 for Best Office Development and Best Office Architecture, and shortlisted in the AJ Retrofit Awards 2017 for buildings over 10,000sqm. It has a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating.