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  • London
  • England
  • United Kingdom
  • Office
  • ESG

Sixty London Wall

A Grade A office building with excellent sustainability credentials.

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About the building

Sixty London Wall is a Grade A office building in the heart of the City of London, one of the biggest financial districts in the world and was acquired on behalf of a LaSalle custom accounts client. The building provides accommodation over 10 floors totalling 325,000 square feet with flexible uses at ground floor level. The floors range from 18,000 to 40,000 square feet with terraces spanning nearly 23,000 square feet on five upper floors designed around a single atrium. Sixty London Wall’s amenity list is impressive, featuring 38 showers and changing facilities at ground floor level, 380 lockers, 418 bike spaces, 27 folding bike lockers and 16 electric charging bike lockers. There is also dedicated visitor bike parking and the building is smart technology enabled.

Investment rationale

Sixty London Wall’s prime location in London’s financial district is within a five-minute walk of Bank, Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations, which all offer access to London’s Underground network, as well as mainline train stations and the Docklands Light Railway. The investment management team for the custom accounts client believes that this prime location in a highly sought-after office market, when combined with the building’s strong environmental credentials, will make it a strong and reliable asset for many years to come.

Environmental credentials

The embodied carbon of Sixty London Wall is 40% less than a typical new office building as a result of reusing the existing sub-structure and part of the super structure. The building has four additional floors which step back to provide five stunning roof terraces with planters for occupiers to enjoy plus a green roof – all promoting biodiversity. The terraces and roof are “blue” roofs; the most energy efficient way of installing a sustainable urban drainage solution.

The operational energy performance of the building is also considerably lower than similar size buildings due to the energy efficient design of the building fabric and building services, exceeding the required energy performance of a new building significantly. The building envelope has been carefully designed to optimise energy performance with daylight and views out, including carefully considered non-visible fritted glass, to reduce solar gain.

Recognition

Sixty London Wall has received a number of outstanding ratings, including the prestigious BREEAM “Outstanding” sustainability rating based on the building’s support for health and wellbeing, energy and water efficiency, use of materials. waste management, transportation and ecological features. It has also received a WiredScore “Platinum” rating and is also CyclingScore “Certified Platinum.”

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Important information

The assets presented are meant for illustrative purposes only, are subject to change without notice and are not meant as a projection or estimate of the nature of any future investments to be made by the Fund or returns on any such investments. This information has been prepared by LaSalle in order to illustrate the type of assets held and/or transactions completed by the Fund; transactions for properties exhibiting the same or similar characteristics may not be available or profitable in the future.