Shard London Bridge

32 London Bridge Street
London ENG United Kingdom

Construction Dates
Floor Count72
Basement Floors3
Units / Rooms212
Building Uses
 - mixed use
 - hotel
 - observation
 - office
 - residential
 - restaurant
Structural Types
 - highrise

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire1016 fthttp://www.the-shard.com
Roof998 fthttp://www.the-shard.com
Top floor800 ftDevelopment Plans
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Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Architert: Adamson Associates Architects
Developer: Sellar Property Group

•202 suite Shangri-La The Shard occupies the hotel in the building
•10 luxury apartments occupy the top floors in the building

• Europe's tallest building in January – March of 2012. Now it 's still European tallest hotel.
• The building is situated on the site of Southwark Towers at the entrance to London Bridge Station on an island site between London Bridge Street and Railway Approach.
• Southwark Towers, a 100 m tall office building ocuppied by accounts PriceWaterhouseCoopers,was demolished to make way for the Shard London Bridge. http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=9448
• The floor uses are as follows:
- Floors B3-B1 - Basement/Sevice Areas.
- Floors 0-4 - Public Areas/Reception.
- Floors 5-28 - Offices.
- Floors 31-33 - Mid level Viewing Gallery.
- Floors 34-52 - Hotel.
- Floors 53-65 - Apartments.
- Floors 68-71 - Upper Viewing Gallery.

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