Thames Tower completes

by Marco Cillario Wed 31 May 2017, 10:54 am

A 15-storey office building next to Reading Station has been completed.

Thames Tower, developed in a joint venture between Landid and Brockton Capital, was delivered on 15 May. 

It comprises 18,100sq m of office space and has already attracted a number of occupiers, including financial services provider HSBC, professional services firm BDO, recruitment firm Austin Fraser and natural food specialist Pret A Manger.

Designed by dn-a architects, the scheme saw a 10-storey 1970s building stripped back to its frame. Floor plates were extended and four floors added, creating an additional 5,760sq m of space.

A 370sq m rooftop lounge with a terrace and garden was added, called Roost, designed by Moho London, providing a communal bar and cafe for occupiers and also used as an events space.

The building’s ground floor includes 740sq m for restaurants, cafes and other amenities.

“We are incredibly proud to have completed Thames Tower,” said James Silver, Landid development director. “We have created a workspace that is like no other in Reading.

“This project has been a labour of love. Some of the great occupiers that we have already signed up will soon be moving in and bringing the building to life.”

Parkinson Holt and JLL are the lettings agents for Thames Tower.

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