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|1 Nine Elms Lane, Lambeth|
London ENG United Kingdom
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - international|
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Architects: Gollins, Melvin and Ward
- The building was designed as part of a much larger development, but economic events conspired so that it was the only part of the complex ever built.
- Market Towers was developed by the Covent Garden Market Authority as its headquarters, but the authority was forced to sell the building a mere five years after its completion by the government of the UK.
- Market Towers was demolished in 2015 to make way for the "One Nine Elms" development, which includes two mixed-use towers of residential apartments, office space, retail and a hotel designed by architects KPF.
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