Storey, British Land’s flexible workspace brand, will be opening its 12th location at 100 Liverpool Street, Broadgate this spring.
Comprising 48,000 sq ft set across the first and second floors of the building, Storey at 100 Liverpool Street offers customers’ private, branded office space, meeting rooms and breakout areas, which can be fully customised and managed on their behalf.
Following its success at British Land’s Paddington Central campus, 100 Liverpool Street will also house Storey Club, offering a mix of workspaces away from the office, including lounge areas, a cafe, meeting rooms and events space.
Designed with Gensler, Storey’s unique modular design enables each private workspace to be reconfigured to meet customers’ needs, including office layout, size and aesthetic. Storey customers can also modify their space requirements within the Broadgate campus, providing an additional layer of flexibility as their businesses evolve.
100 Liverpool Street has been designed to the highest sustainability and connectivity standards. The building recently received a Breeam Outstanding rating and is on target to achieve Well Gold certification. It is fully tech enabled to optimise the user experience, from sensors to help understand their environments including lobby traffic, occupancy and air quality, to facilitating touch free journeys through the building.
Customers will also benefit from access to Broadgate’s new digital customer engagement app, which has been designed to help people get the most from their time on the campus and will also play a key role in supporting businesses to reoccupy their spaces.
James Lowery, Head of Storey at British Land, said, “We are thrilled to be launching our 12th Storey location at 100 Liverpool Street, Broadgate. Covid-19 has accelerated a range of workplace trends, not least the demand for greater flexibility, an increased focus on collaboration spaces and the importance of a trusted partner to manage the workplace experience.
'Storey is well placed to respond to this, providing flexibility in the broadest sense, including lease lengths, size, design, configuration and service.”
British Land is investing £1.5bn over 10 years to transform Broadgate into a world-class, mixed-use destination for London.
The campus hosts many of the world's leading financial, legal, technology and media companies, alongside some of London’s best shops, restaurants and bars, including 90,000 sq ft of premium brands at 100 Liverpool Street and the UK’s first Eataly.
It is also home to four public squares, including Exchange Park, a 1.5-acre park, which is currently under construction and will quadruple the amount of green space at Broadgate.