office
Ref 4513

5 Churchill Place

E14 5HU London

To rent£37.50 per ft²
Size10,452-23,963 ft² / 971-2,226 m² (approx. 97-220 desks)

Description

  • Strategically placed at the gateway of Canary Wharf's new Wood Wharf District; one of London's latest mixed use neighbourhoods
  • 10,452 - 23,964 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation available
  • Modern HQ building with enhanced technical specification
  • Crossrail Place - 5 minute walk

Accommodation

NameSq ftSq mRentAvailability
8th - Part10,452971.02£42.50 per sq ftAvailable
2nd - Part13,5111,255.21£37.50 per sq ftAvailable

Specification

A modern HQ office building constructed in 2009, the specification is of the highest standard and the standby power and UPS availability will provide an incoming occupier with significant capital savings. The specification comprises;

- Recently refurbished reception
- 4 pipe fan coil air conditioning
- 11 KV electrical service with dual power from 2 different EDF substations
- 3 x 2,000 KVA building standby generators, providing back up for all business critical operations, with provision for a fourth set
- 1 x 1,000 KVA UPS providing N+1 redundancy
- 8 x 21 person (1,600 kg) passenger lifts and 2 x goods lifts (3,000 + 1,800 kg)
- BREEAM rating of excellent

Viewings

Strictly by appointment by the sole agents.

Terms

New subleases are available until July 2029

Facilities services

  • Good ceiling height
  • Passenger Lifts
  • Kitchenette
  • Air Conditioning

Energy rating

Energy rating 0

Location and Transport

5 Churchill Place occupies a prominent position in the Canary Wharf estate, adjacent to the headquarters of Barclays, State Street and Ernst & Young. The building is also strategically placed at the gateway of Wood Wharf, where the Canary Wharf Group are delivering a new vibrant live/work community, comprising a 4.9m sq. ft mixed use development, 2m sq. ft of offices, 390,000 sq. ft of retail & leisure, 3,500 new homes and 9 acres of interconnected public open spaces.

The building is well connected to a resilient transport network. The Jubilee line connects to the West End, London Bridge and Waterloo while the DLR takes you to Bank and London City Airport. The delivery of Crossrail will provide rapid access to the City, West End and Heathrow, with 24 trains per hour.