LONDON W1 PARK HOUSE PROVIDES A NEW CLASS OF OFFICE SPACE IN A R APIDLY REJUVENATING DISTRICT — The astute choice for companies looking to accelerate their future.

1 A LANDMARK BUILDING —

2 3 A VISIONARY DESIGN — From its inception, Park House was designed to deliver a very different experience, it is a powerful architectural statement.

The sleek and dramatically curving exterior gently rises above the surrounding area, on an island site a little over an acre in size.

It stands nine storeys high and 145m long. Anchoring the western end are seven floors of uncompromised office space with large clear floor plates of 28,000 sq. ft. The dramatic double height porte-cochère and reception lobby creates an appropriate sense of arrival on Park Street.

At the eastern end there are 39 premium residential apartments, with their own entrance on North Row. The northern façade is home to striking double height retail units, providing flagship stores for international brands opposite the world-renowned .

4 5 Stunning art installations highlight the entrance entrance and exit of the building, lending privacy to the grand double height porte-cochère, to the main entrance and providing a sense of a rare luxury for central offices. tranquillity separating the entrance area from the A GRAND flow of the street. During the hours of darkness, The Glass Lens, created by celebrated architecture ‘Glass Lens’ is lit from within to project a shimmering and design team Carpenter Lowings, provides a filigree of light, with back-lit coloured patterns that ENTRANCE dynamic shape that defines the circulation of the reflect and play throughout the artwork. —

6 7 INTEGRATED WORKS OF ART — Imposing oak sculptures by world-renowned sculptor Walter Bailey not only frame the grand entrance, but also provide a dramatic focal point within the office lobby.

“The brief for Park House was irresistible. I was asked to bring ‘some soul into the building’. I wanted to emphasise Park House’s translucent quality, but ground it in earthy materials. I wanted to create bold gestures and introduce a sense of freedom. It is a big, linear structure, so the wood and the glass had to invest it with an organic fluidity.”Walter Bailey

9 100% BACK-UP POWER HIGH DENSITY OCCUPATION ENGINEERED DIVERSE, SECURE DATA ROUTES FOR THE REMOTE UPS STORAGE LOCATION FUTURE — Park House is in a class of its own when it comes to the quality of engineering and resilience, and offers a future-proof building for business.

• Park House provides total power resilience • The building has been engineered to allow with 100% back up supply and UPS remote up to three tenants per floor, offering the storage location, allowing more effective ultimate modern workspace for small or use of office floor space. large company occupiers.

• Generous working space on every floor plate • Floor to ceiling windows throughout provide with an occupancy density of one person per an abundance of natural light, proven to 10 sq m. In addition, there are facilities on aid productivity. levels two to six inclusive to increase both the fresh air and cooling, allowing up to a • Engineered with leading sustainability maximum of one person to 7 sq m over a systems, including Combined Cooling, 500 sq m section of the floor. Heating and Power (CCHP) plant , ground water bore holes, grey water recycling • Multiple data routes and satellite dishes systems and LED lighting throughout. are already in place providing complete data resilience. • The fresh air rate is 1.81/s per sq m.

• Rare to the West End market, 28,000 • Luxury shower facilities and over 200 sq ft floor plates allow design flexibility secure cycle spaces are readily available and can accommodate large companies for tenant use. on a single floor.

10 11 A R API D LY REJUVENATING DISTRICT —

12 13 WHERE EXCLUSIVITY MEETS CREATIVITY — The juxtaposition of exclusive Mayfair, energetic and eclectic Portman Village generate a fusion of elegant sophistication and restless creativity.

This neighbourhood is set to change substantially With Crossrail as the catalyst for change, the over the next four years as developers and North Mayfair area is already witnessing the businesses realise the opportunities created by emergence of new landmarks from the acclaimed Crossrail and this increasingly attractive part of Beaumont Hotel overlooking Brown Hart Gardens the core West End. to North Audley Street’s restaurant quarter.

Further redevelopment is underway at , Selfridges and West Oxford Street, whilst fashionable Portman Village continues to expand and rejuvenate.

1. HYDE PARK 2. SOUTH MOLTON STREET 3. ROOM BY ANTHONY GORMLEY AT THE BEAUMONT HOTEL 4. THE BOROUGH BARISTA, SEYMOUR PLACE 5. CHILTERN FIREHOUSE, CHILTERN STREET 6. BROWN HART GARDENS 14 15 CULINARY REVELATIONS — Park House is surrounded by an abundance of dining destinations - from casual lunchtime eateries and alfresco dining to some of London’s most fashionable restaurants and sophisticated dining establishments.

Adjacent to Park House, the emerging North Audley Street restaurant quarter is home to fashionable haunts Roka and NAC as well as more casual lunchtime cafés.

Selfridges, opposite Park House, boasts no fewer than fourteen places to eat and drink, from art deco-inspired Dolly’s café, Yo Sushi, The Selfridges Kitchen and famous salt beef restaurant The Brass Rail, to the more upscale Harry Gordon’s Bar, Hix Restaurant Champagne & Caviar Bar, French bistro Aubaine and Selfridges’ famous and ever changing rooftop restaurant which opens for late breakfasts, lunch, and dinner.

For urban al fresco dining, look no further than the eclectic pavement cafés, local pubs and bars in nearby Portman Village, St Christopher’s Place, and recently opened Brown Hart Garden Café.

And, as you would expect, Mayfair’s renowned fine dining restaurants are within easy reach, with Le Gavroche, Maze, Corrigans, Scotts, C London and the remarkable Beaumont Hotel just a short stroll away.

1. SCOTTS, MOUNT STREET 2. NAC, NORTH AUDLEY STREET 3. SELFRIDGES ROOFTOP RESTAURANT 4. THE GRAZING GOAT, NEW QUEBEC STREET 5. ROKA, NORTH AUDLEY STREET 16 17 LONDON’S MOST FAMOUS SHOPPING DISTRICT — Park House benefits from the close proximity to a myriad of shopping destinations from London’s Luxury Quarter, to global flagship brands and unique independent stores.

Recently named the ‘World’s Best Department Bordering the south of Park House sits London’s Store’, Selfridges sits immediately opposite Park Luxury Quarter, home to the most celebrated House with world class dining, art installations and international luxury brands including Mount Street the world’s largest shoe department. It has been and South Molton Street favourites Carolina a top London destination and UK landmark for over Herrera, Gianvito Rossi and Marc Jacobs. a century, challenging the rules of retail from the day it opened its doors. This luxury retailer is The nearby Portman Village is rapidly becoming a now planning a five year redevelopment investing haven for independent shops of the highest quality. £300m into transforming the eastern side of Both Seymour Place and New Quebec Street its iconic neo-classical building. offer an eclectic mix of fashion, home wares and accessory boutiques such as beautifully tailored On neighbouring Duke Street, Jigsaw has opened clothing from Suzannah and Israeli designer Ronen new concept store Duke Street Emporium. Jigsaw’s Chen, and Les Senteurs the oldest and most latest fashion designs sit alongside a carefully revered independent perfumery in Britain. curated collection of books, art and installations, and arguably the best coffee in London courtesy of Fernandez & Wells.

1. DUKE STREET EMPORIUM 2. SELFRIDGES, OXFORD STREET 3. REISS, BARRETT STREET 4. HARRYS OF LONDON, SOUTH AUDLEY STREET 5. SEYMOUR PLACE 6. MARC JACOBS, MOUNT STREET 18 19 A RICH LEISURE & CULTURE DESTINATION — Park House sits among a multitude of cultural and leisure destinations with the best of London’s hospitality, fitness and entertainment right on your doorstep.

Hyde Park covers 350 acres west of Park House, home to a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake and Speakers’ Corner, and often hosts London’s largest art and music festivals. The park also offers various recreational activities including open water swimming, boating, cycling, tennis, running and horse riding.

Directly opposite Park House is the Mayfair Health Club, Gym & Spa, boasting over 140 weekly classes, a heated 20m pool with Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, and a top of the range gym floor with all the latest fitness technology.

Park House is only moments away from some of the most iconic galleries in London, dotted among the streets of Mayfair, these include The , Timothy Taylor Gallery and Gagosian Gallery.

Directly opposite Park House is the modern cinematic Greg Williams photographic studio. Recent visitors to this new studio on North Row have included Samuel L Jackson and Colin Firth.

1. CHILTERN FIREHOUSE, CHILTERN STREET 2. GREG WILLIAMS STUDIO, NORTH ROW 3. HYDE PARK 4. ARCH HOTEL, GREAT CUMBERLAND PLACE 20 21 LOCAL AREA MAP — RETAIL HOTELS 41 — — 01 ZOKI COUTURE 59 THE ARCH 02 LES SENTEURS 60 THE ZETTER HOTEL Gloucester Place 03 PAOLITA 61 RADISSON BLU PORTMAN RETAIL HOTELS 04 NIGEL RAYMENT 62 CHURCHILL HYATT REGENCY 54 — — 05 LINKS OF LONDON 63 GROSVENOR HOUSE

Marylebone High Street 01 ZOKI COUTURE 59 THE ARCH 06 RUSSELL & BROMLEY 64 THE BEAUMONT HOTEL 02 LES SENTEURS 60 THE ZETTER HOTEL 07 MARKS & SPENCER 65 03 PAOLITA 61 RADISSON BLU PORTMAN 08 ZARA 66 CLARIDGES 88 04 NIGEL RAYMENT 62 CHURCHILL HYATT REGENCY 09 SELFRIDGES 48 Portland Place 05 LINKS OF LONDON 63 GROSVENOR HOUSE Montagu Street 10 MARC JACOBS 06 RUSSELL & BROMLEY 64 THE BEAUMONT HOTEL 11 BARBOUR 81 07 MARKS & SPENCER 65 LIFESTYLETHE CONNAUGHT 84 SQUARE 12 JIGSAW - DUKE ST. EMPORIUM 08 ZARA 66 —CLARIDGES 82 13 REISS 67 PRO SKIN CLINIC 09 SELFRIDGES 83 CAVENDISH 14 CAROLINA HERRERA 68 HOME HOUSE 10 MARC JACOBS LIFESTYLE Wigmore Street SQUARE 15 DUNHILL 69 VIRGIN ACTIVE George Street 68 11 BARBOUR — 16 HOUSE OF FRASER 70 COWSHED SPA 12 JIGSAW - DUKE ST. EMPORIUM 67 PRO SKIN CLINIC 17 JOHN LEWIS 71 13 REISS 68 HERSHESONSHOME HOUSE FENWICKS 72 14 18CAROLINA HERRERA 69 NICKYVIRGIN CLARKE ACTIVE HAIR SALON 61 19 STELLA MCCARTNEY 73 WILD THINGS FLOWERS 59 15 DUNHILL 70 COWSHED SPA 16 HOUSE OF FRASER 71 HERSHESONS 96 17 JOHN LEWIS 72 NICKY CLARKE HAIR SALON 94 BARS & RESTAURANTS OFFICE OCCUPIERS 95 97 17 18 FENWICKS 73 WILD THINGS FLOWERS 62 PORTMAN SQUARE 19 STELLA— MCCARTNEY — 74 24 89 Wigmore Street 20 THE PORTMAN FULCRUMOFFICE OCCUPIERSASSET MANAGEMENT Upper Berkeley Street03 16 New Quebec Street 21BARSTHE &LOCKHART RESTAURANTS 75 BRECHER— LLP 22—DONOSTIA 7674 METEORAFULCRUM PARTNERS ASSET MANAGEMENT LLP Great Cumberland Place 20 45 20 23THEBOROUGH PORTMAN BARISTA 7775 STANHOPEBRECHER CAPITALLLP Seymour Place 86 13 04 85 87 21 24THETHE LOCKHART GRAZING GOAT 7876 ZODIACMETEORA MARITIME PARTNERS LLP 21 40 25 LOCANDA LOCATELLI 79 TRAFIGURA 30 22 DONOSTIA 77 STANHOPE CAPITAL 77 23 26BOROUGHTEXTURE BARISTA 8078 ODEYZODIAC ASSETS MARITIME MANAGEMENT 25 26 70 Duke Street 22 60 24 27THEROTI GRAZING CHAI GOAT 7981 PIMCOTRAFIGURA 32 25 28LOCANDALE GAVROCHE LOCATELLI 8082 SAUDIODEY ARAMCO ASSETS MANAGEMENT Street 29 CORRIGANS 83 ASPECT CAPITAL 31 ford 26 TEXTURE 81 PIMCO Ox 30 84 01 27 ROTICHAKANA CHAI CLUB 82 ARROWGRASSSAUDI ARAMCO CAPITAL 27 71 31 THE CORNER RESTAURANT 85 MANAGEMENT Seymour Street 28 LE GAVROCHE 83 ASPECT CAPITAL 02 23 34 29 CORRIGANSAND CHAMPAGNE BAR 8684 CPPARROWGRASS INVESTMENT CAPITAL BOARD 09 30 32CHAKANASELFRIDGES CLUB FOODHALL BCMANAGEMENT PARTNERS Portman Street 33 33 MASALA EXPRESS BY MASALA ZONE 87 KILDARE PARTNERS 12 BOND 31 THE CORNER RESTAURANT  85 CPP INVESTMENT BOARD STREET 34ANDTHE CHAMPAGNE SELFRIDGES BAR KITCHEN 8886 BOSTONBC PARTNERS CONSULTING GROUP HANOVER 35 PRINCESS GARDENS OF MAYFAIR 89 TOPLAND GROUP PLC 78 SQUARE 32 SELFRIDGES FOODHALL 87 KILDARE PARTNERS 07 33 36MASALATHE GREAT EXPRESS BRITISH BY MASALA ZONE 9088 ALIXPARTNERSBOSTON CONSULTING GROUP 92 11 South Molton Street 74 79 34 37THEROKA SELFRIDGES KITCHEN 8991 AMERICANTOPLAND EMBASSY GROUP PLC 06 93 35 38PRINCESSNORTH AUDLEY GARDENS CANTINE OF MAYFAIR 9092 TENEOALIXPARTNERS CAPITAL 39 TRUC VERT 93 WINCHMORE CAPITAL Street 08 36 THE GREAT BRITISH 91 AMERICAN EMBASSY Oxford 37 40ROKAAPRÈS LONDON 9492 LANETENEO CLARK CAPITAL AND PEACOCK 41 CAFFÈ CALDESI 95 PYRFORD INTERNATIONAL MARBLE 05 38 NORTH AUDLEY CANTINE 93 WINCHMORE CAPITAL 18 39 42TRUCMAZE VERT 9694 BRIDGEPOINTLANE CLARK ADVISORS AND PEACOCK ARCH 67 90 Davies Street 40 43APRÈSTHE AUDLEY LONDON 9795 COCAPYRFORD COLA INTERNATIONAL PARK HOUSE 49 69 North Street 41 44CAFFÈSCOTTS CALDESI RESTURANT 9896 CAINBRIDGEPOINT HOY CAPITAL ADVISORS 35 45 CARLUCCIOS 99 GOLDENTREE ASSET 53 New 42 MAZE 97 COCA COLA 36 43 46THETHE AUDLEY PUNCHBOWL 98 MANAGEMENTCAIN HOY CAPITAL North Row 64 55 47 C LONDON 100 KPMG 76 66 44 SCOTTS RESTURANT 99 GOLDENTREE ASSET MANAGEMENT 75 Duke Street 48 VENETTI 101 LANDSDOWNE PARTNERS 37 51 45 CARLUCCIOS 100 KPMG 73 46 49THEMEWS PUNCHBOWL OF MAYFAIR 102101 ABFLANDSDOWNE PARTNERS 38 104 47 50C THELONDON SQUARE 103102 BLACKSTONEABF GROUP Park Street 48 51VENETTIGOODMAN 104103 BARCLAYSBLACKSTONE PRIVATE GROUP BANKING 105 BLUEBAY ASSETS MANAGEMENT 39 49 MEWS OF MAYFAIR 104 BARCLAYS PRIVATE BANKING 52 50 THE SQUARE 105 BLUEBAY ASSETS MANAGEMENT 42 51 GOODMANCULTURE — REJUVENATIONREJUVENATION 98 105 52CULTUREGALLERY 32 —— 102 53—GREG WILLIAMS GALLERY NORTHNORTH MAYFAIR MAYFAIR 99 52 54GALLERYTHE WALLACE 32 COLLECTION MARBLEMARBLE ARCH ARCH REDEVELOPMENT REDEVELOPMENT 100 53 55GREGBROWN WILLIAMS HART GARDENSGALLERY PORTMANPORTMAN VILLAGE VILLAGE 54 56THETIMOTHY WALLACE TAYLOR COLLECTION GALLERY OXFORDOXFORD STREET STREET RETAIL RETAIL 55 57BROWNGAGOSIAN HART GALLERY GARDENS & SELFRIDGES& SELFRIDGES GROSVENOR 101 80 Upper Brook Street 91 56 58TIMOTHY42 BERKELEY TAYLOR SQUARE GALLERY Park Lane SQUARE 57 GAGOSIAN GALLERY 28 North Audley Street 47 58 42 BERKELEY SQUARE Grosvenor Street 7272 57 Davies Street 15 19 56 50 22 23 HYDE PARK

Bruton Place 65 Grosvenor Street 14 Bruton Street 29

44 Berkeley Street 43 Mount Street BERKELEY 63 10 MOUNT STREET GARDENS 58 SQUARE

103 Mount Street 46 CONNECTED FOR THE FUTURE —

24 25 TRAVEL TIMES IN MINUTES

DESTINATION NOW CROSSRAIL 33 27

Paddington 7 3

Farringdon 17 4

Liverpool Street 13 7

Canary Wharf 18 13

London City Airport 36 25

KEY NON-DIRECT TRAIN DIRECT TRAIN

Times sourced from TFL.gov.uk and Crossrail.co.uk, using Bond Street as the starting point.

CROSSRAIL: A CATALYST FOR CHANGE — Park House is incredibly well connected. Bond Street and Marble Arch underground stations are both within a few minutes walk. From there, you can currently reach all of London’s major rail terminals in ten minutes, Heathrow in a little over half an hour – or Gatwick, London City and Luton airports within the hour.

From 2018 these times will fall dramatically thanks to the opening of Crossrail. Crossrail will connect the City, and the West End to Heathrow and commuter areas east and west of the capital, which will change the way people travel around London and the home counties.

Businesses will be able to access the people with the skills they need to compete and succeed.

26 27 HIGH SPEED CONNECTIONS —

KEY

CROSSRAIL VICTORIA CENTRAL JUBILEE DLR BAKERLOO

Times sourced from TFL.gov.uk and Crossrail.co.uk, using Bond Street as the starting point.

28 29 A NEW CLASS OF OFFICE SPACE —

30 31 A SENSE OF ARRIVAL — Park House introduces a new class of office space to the West End.

The graceful curves and quality of materials of the exterior are echoed in the interior architecture, with the sculptural double-height reception lobby creating an impressive sense of arrival.

The atmosphere of the reception area resonates throughout the building and gives a taste of the premium quality of the offices ahead.

32 33 THE ULTIMATE A combination of outstanding Park House provides the most enriching business location in London W1. The building presents design and an uncompromisingly expansive floor plates and technical specifications MODERN that set exciting new standards in modern office high specification creates design for the West End. the ultimate modern working WORKSPACE The environment is not compromised by environment. surrounding buildings. It offers light filled office space with spectacular views across Mayfair and central London, inspiring people to deliver — beyond expectation.

34 35 FAR REACHING VIEWS — From its prime location in the heart of the West End, Park House offers cinematic views across London from Canary Wharf and The City, to the and the Houses of Parliament

Floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of natural light that floods in from every direction.

36 37 The striking upper floors of the building – floors seven and eight – epitomise the innovative nature A SPACE of Park House. With a double-height atrium, feature staircase, curved glass canopy and captivating views, this is a space to liberate imaginations.

TO INSPIRE Under an expanse of glass this office environment is bathed in natural daylight, with a series of motorised micro-perforated roller blinds controlling — the daylighting levels. 38 39 SPECIFICATION AND FLOOR PLANS —

40 41 AREA SCHEDULE —

Part floors available from 5,800 sq ft

FLOOR SQ FT SQ M

08 7,752 720

07 24,197 2,248

06 (LET) 22,215 2,064

05 27,1 17 2,519

04 27,756 2,579

03 28,101 2,611

02 28,311 2,630

TOTAL 165,449 15,371

GROUND FLOOR RECEPTION

42 43 FLOOR SQ FT SQ M SECOND–FIFTH 05 27,117 2,519 FLOOR PLAN 04 27,756 2,579 03 28,101 2,611 — 02 28,311 2,630

KEY OFFICE SPACE CORE AND COMMON AREAS LIFTS RESIDENTIAL PARK STREET PARK

NORTH ROW

NB. Indicative floor plan: not to scale

44 45 FLOOR SQ FT SQ M FLOOR SQ FT SQ M SEVENTH 07 24,197 2,248 EIGHTH 08 7,752 720 FLOOR PLAN FLOOR PLAN — —

KEY OFFICE SPACE CORE AND COMMON AREAS LIFTS PARK STREET PARK STREET PARK

NORTH ROW NORTH ROW

NB. Indicative floor plan: not to scale

46 47 FLOOR SQ FT SQ M CORPORATE SPACE PLAN

SECOND FLOOR 02 28,311 2,630 TOTAL NUMBER OF MEETING ROOMS 7 CORPORATE SPACE OCCUPANCY RATIO (PER PERSON) 111 10 SINGLE-PERSON OFFICES 22 OPEN-PLAN WORKSTATIONS 232 PLAN RECEPTIONISTS 2 — TOTAL HEADCOUNT 256

KEY OFFICE SPACE CORE AND COMMON AREAS LIFTS RESIDENTIAL PARK STREET PARK

NORTH ROW

NB. Indicative corporate space plan: not to scale

48 49 FLOOR SQ FT SQ M TRADING SPACE PLAN

FIFTH FLOOR 05 27,117 2,519 TOTAL NUMBER OF MEETING ROOMS 11 TRADING SPACE OCCUPANCY RATIO (PER PERSON) 105 10 SINGLE-PERSON OFFICES 16 OPEN-PLAN WORKSTATIONS 24 PLAN OPEN-PLAN TRADER DESKS 218 RECEPTIONISTS 2 — TOTAL HEADCOUNT 260

KEY OFFICE SPACE CORE AND COMMON AREAS LIFTS RESIDENTIAL PARK STREET PARK

NORTH ROW

NB. Indicative trading space plan: not to scale

50 51 FLOOR SQ FT SQ M OPEN SPACE PLAN

SEVENTH FLOOR 07 24,197 2,248 TOTAL NUMBER OF MEETING ROOMS 7 OPEN SPACE OCCUPANCY RATIO (PER PERSON) 107 10 SINGLE-PERSON OFFICES 0 OPEN-PLAN WORKSTATIONS 244 PLAN RECEPTIONISTS 2 — TOTAL HEADCOUNT 226

KEY OFFICE SPACE CORE AND COMMON AREAS LIFTS RESIDENTIAL PARK STREET PARK

NORTH ROW

NB. Indicative open space plan: not to scale

52 53 FLOOR SPLITS OPTION 1 OPTION 2 OPTION 3 TENANT A SQ FT SQ M TENANT A SQ FT SQ M TENANT A SQ FT SQ M — NET INTERNAL AREA 12,346 1,147 NET INTERNAL AREA 5,845 543 NET INTERNAL AREA 5,845 543 TENANT B SQ FT SQ M TENANT B SQ FT SQ M TENANT B SQ FT SQ M NET INTERNAL AREA 15,909 1,478 NET INTERNAL AREA 22,034 2,047 NET INTERNAL AREA 6,092 566

TENANT C SQ FT SQ M NET INTERNAL AREA 15,909 1,478

KEY TENANT A TENANT B TENANT C

OPTION 1 OPTION 2 OPTION 3

NB. Indicative floor splits and space plans: not to scale

54 55 SUMMARY SPECIFICATION —

OVERVIEW DESIGN CRITERIA VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION 2.75m floor to ceiling height and General office floor environmental Six 21 person / 1,600kg 3.95m slab-to-slab conditions for fan coil unit systems passenger lifts are; 22 ± 2°C db 45% ± 10% Raised floor on all levels with a void relative humidity One 32 person / 2,400kg of a minimum 150mm goods lift

On floors seven and eight the CAT A finish to all commercial floors FACILITIES office environmental conditions 10 car parking spaces (includes Tenancy split – floors two to six have for multi-service chilled beam are; five blue badge spaces and two the facility to be divided into three 24 ± 2°C db 45% ± 10% relative electrical car charging points) tenancy splits humidity 224 secure cycle spaces Four-pipe fan coil unit air conditioning Occupancy density of one person systems serve all per 10sq/m. In addition, there are 13 tenant showers floors, with exposed multi-service facilities on levels two to six inclusive chilled beam solution serving part to increase both the fresh air and For detailed technical specification of floors seven and eight cooling, allowing up to a maximum please contact the Park House team of one person to 7 sq/m over a 500 Blinds manually operated on floors sq/m section of the floor two to six and motorised on floors seven and eight Office cooling and power load LED lighting with Simmtronic controls allowances: on all commercial floors - Small power load allowance 25W/sq m +5W/sq m at riser branch connection

- Lighting load allowance – 12W/sq m

Two 2,000 k/VA tenant back-up generators providing 100% back-up power to the commercial tenants

56 57 SUSTAINABILITY —

Sustainability has been a key driver for the CYCLE PARKING A central computer provides have enabled the predicted LIGHTING development with the holistic concept of social, The building includes a substantial representative diagrammatic carbon emissions to be reduced Office area lighting is provided with an automatic lighting control system economic and environmental sustainability being cycle parking provision with 224 interfaces of all systems allowing substantially below Building secure spaces. the building operator to monitor, Regulation requirements. capable of accepting additional a central feature of the building’s design. control and adjust the operation presence detectors, daylight saving and manual control devices. All BREEAM RATING of major plant and the internal CCHP-COMBINED COOLING, office area luminaries are provided The office areas have a BREEAM environmental conditions in each HEATING AND POWER with dimmable control gear to ‘Very Good’ rating. The office areas space in accordance with occupancy The CCHP unit generates on-site maximise energy savings and use have a ‘B’ EPC rating. and usage patterns. electricity for the building and LED technology. the waste heat generated is used BUILDING SERVICES The system is programmed with limit to provide heating and cooling WATER The building services are designed alarm parameters to highlight when (via an absorption chiller) to the Grey water recycling systems and and specified to provide a 25 year environmental conditions and plant offices depending on the demand low water use fixtures and fittings service life and incorporate energy are operating out of their requirement. minimise water consumption. efficient plant and state-of-the-art set range. technology to minimise the carbon The footprint of the Park House site FUTURE FLEXIBILITY footprint of the building. The offices BEMS lends itself to the use of ground Plant areas at roof and basement levels have been designed to are provided with environmental The design of the BEMS provides water source heating and cooling allow the replacement of plant, control systems to maintain a high degree of flexibility in as good separation can be achieved including the provision of high comfortable conditions using high terms of future integration of new between extraction and discharge capacity car lifts to basement level, efficiency fan coil units with the technologies to improve the energy boreholes which will link to facilitating the introduction of new option for occupiers to use chilled performance of the building during the aquifer some 150m below technologies in the future, such as beams if preferred. its life. ground level. the use of a fuel cell to replace the gas powered combined heating The building fabric is designed to ENERGY and power unit. Similarly, the core minimise solar heat gain and heat Energy metering of all utility loads service risers have been designed to loss. This includes high performing and major load centres is provided wrap around the outside of the main glazing together with thermal to allow the performance of the structural core, providing flexibility performance by non visible building to be monitored. for changes in the future without affecting the integrity elements of construction and of the structural frame. detailing to minimise air leakage. A comprehensive energy strategy has been developed for the All timber used on the scheme was scheme modelled on the GLA’s obtained from sustainable sources energy hierarchy; LEAN-CLEAN­- (FSC or PEFC certified). -GREEN, using a combination of energy efficiency measures, The building services systems are combined cooling, heating and controlled by a fully automatic power (CCHP) and renewable Building Energy Management energy sources. The groundbreaking System (BEMS). design and efficiencies leveraged from the mixed-use load profiles

58 59 LEASING CONTACTS —

LETTING AGENTS

CBRE KNIGHT FRANK GVA Richard Smart Philip Hobley Patrick O’Keeffe +44 (0) 20 7182 2577 +44 (0) 20 7861 1192 +44 (0) 20 7911 2768 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Matt Chicken Jonny Lee Maxim Vane Percy +44 (0) 20 7182 2023 +44 (0) 20 7861 1541 +44 (0) 20 7911 2771 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Adam Cosgrove Nick Codling Charles Walker +44 (0) 20 7182 2447 +44 (0) 20 7861 1274 +44 (0) 20 7911 2687 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

ASSET MANAGEMENT

PARK HOUSE REM (UK) LIMITED Real Estate Management UK Ltd Park House Level 14, (REM) provides asset management 116 Park Street 32 Street and development services to real London London estate investments in London. W1K 6AF SE1 9SG The company manages a £2.3bn +44 (0) 20 7911 2771 investment portfolio comprising 1.7m sq ft of premium lettable space in mixed-use assets, and a £250m development pipeline.

REM’s assets under management include western Europe’s tallest building The Shard and The Place at London Bridge Quarter, and Park House in Mayfair.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967 Whilst the statements contained in these particulars are given in good faith and as a general guide to the property they do not form any part of an offer or contract. Neither the lessor, or any person in the employment of CBRE, Knight Frank or GVA has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars. August 2014 BS146 60 61 www.parkhousew1.com

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