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Stand Tall

9,659 - 96,574 sq ft Grade A offices in the heart of Victoria. Available from January 2019 at 64 Victoria Street.

Stand among giants

Join the giants of the Capital at 64 Victoria. This 24-storey tower building is a landmark of Central London.

Each floor offers approximately 10,000 sq ft of efficient, open-plan workspace – an environment where businesses can grow and flourish.

64 has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment. Internally, it has been taken back to concrete frame and rebuilt using the highest quality materials, most technically advanced systems and environmentally sensitive and efficient services. A new standout development in the heart of the Victoria Business District with panoramic views from Buckingham Palace to Battersea Power Station from the upper floors.

New double height reception area

Make your mark
The details

64 Victoria is a BREEAM Excellent and anticipated Wired Score Certified Platinum Building.

Wired Certified
Breeam
The high-quality specification includes:
  • A new double-height feature entrance hall
  • Professional reception staff and concierge services providing 24/7 access
  • Destination controlled ‘double decker’ passenger lifts
  • Chilled beam air conditioning incorporating LED lighting
  • Occupational density 1 person per 8 sq m overall
  • High quality showers and changing facilities
  • 90 bicycle racks
  • WiredScore PLATINUM
  • BREEAM Excellent

SPACE/FLOOR plans are for indicative purposes only and not to scale.

AVAILABILITY

Floor sq ft sq m
11-19 LET LET
10 9,659 897
9 9,659 897
8 9,659 897
7 9,659 897
6 9,659 897
5 9,659 897
4 9,659 897
3 9,659 897
2 9,653 897
1 9,649 896
Total 96,574 8,969

Available

Side elevation

Side elevation

VIEWS FROM FLOOR 10

North view from floor 10
East view from floor 10
South view from floor 10
West view from floor 10
Vibrant Victoria

Occupiers benefit from an abundance of new amenity along Victoria Street and around the station, paired with the beauty of St James’s Park, Belgravia and Westminster.

St. James Park
Victoria’s diverse industries

Become part of one of London’s most vibrant areas. Victoria’s diverse industries have created a thriving environment of bustling bars and stylish restaurants. St James’s Park Tube station is just 3 minutes away, while Victoria transport hub is only 5 minutes away, placing 64 Victoria in the very heart of the capital.

  1. Phoenix
  2. Reunion
  3. Greenwood
  4. Thomas Cubitt
  5. The Windsor Castle
  6. Cask and Glass
  7. Greencoat Boy
  8. Munich Cricket Club
  9. The Blue Boar
  10. Vagabond Wines
  11. The Drunken Oyster
  12. Bank
  1. Iberica
  2. Jamie’s Italian
  3. All Bar One
  4. Aster
  5. Ole and Steen
  6. The Roux
  7. The Goring Dining Room
  8. Quilon
  9. A. Wong
  10. Lorne
  11. M Restaurant
  12. Hai Cenato
  13. Wagamama
  14. The Stoke House
  15. The Rail House Café
  16. Sticks’n’Sushi
  17. Shake Shack
  18. Boisedale
  19. The Jones Family Kitchen
  20. Timmy Green
  1. 1 Rebel
  2. Barry’s Boot Camp
  3. Victoria Palace Theatre
  4. Gymbox
  5. Curzon Cinema
  6. The Other Palace Theatre
  7. H2 Fitness
  8. PureGym
  9. Apollo Victoria Theatre
  1. Boss
  2. MANGO
  3. Zara
  4. Jones Bootmaker
  5. House of Fraser
  6. Vidal Sassoon
  7. Nespresso
  8. T2
  9. Molton Brown
  10. Marks and Spencer
  11. Waitrose
  1. Royal Quarter Café
  2. Iris & June
  3. Coffee Geek
  4. Benugo
  5. LEON
  6. Notes
  7. Joe and the Juice
  8. Pure
  9. Caffé Nero
  10. Regency Café
  1. St James’s Court
  2. St Ermin’s Hotel
  3. The Conrad
  4. The Nadler
  5. The Goring
  6. Park Plaza
  7. Z Hotel
  8. The Grange Hotel
  1. Buckingham Palace
  2. Parliament
  3. St James’s Park
  4. Vincent Square
  5. Dean’s Yard
  6. Westminster Abbey
  7. Tate Britain
  8. Westminster Cathedral
  • Santander bike stations
  • EV charging points
  • River bus stops
    1. Westminster Pier
    2. Millbank Millennium Pier
  • Victoria bus station
  1. Advent International
  2. Deutsche Bank
  3. Jupiter Asset Management
  4. Bluecrest Capital Management
  5. Oaktree Capital Management
  6. Wellington Management
  7. American Express
  8. Global Infrastructure Partners
  9. Mirabaud Securities
  10. Mediobanca
  11. 3i
  1. Kering Group
  2. Armani
  3. Jimmy Choo
  4. Burberry
  5. John Lewis Partnership
  6. Tom Ford
  7. Links of London
  8. Pret a Manger
  9. Thomas Pink
  10. Vidal Sassoon
  11. LVMH
  1. BHP
  2. DONG Energy
  3. Schlumberger
  4. Mercuria
  5. Vitol
  6. Anadarko
  7. World Fuel Services
  8. ENI
  9. Ophir Energy
  10. Neptune Energy
  11. Klesch and Co
  1. Sky
  2. Motorola
  3. Intuit
  4. Chime Communications
  5. Edelman
  6. Telegraph Media Group
  7. Channel 4
  8. VCCP
  9. Informa
  10. National Cyber Security Centre
  11. Google
  1. LEK Consulting
  2. Child & Child
  3. Rolls Royce
  4. Boeing UK
  5. PA Consulting
  6. SNV Lavalin
  7. Reply
  8. Capital Group
  9. CDC
  10. The Gates Foundation
  11. The Press Association
Giant Talk

64 is one of the tallest buildings on Victoria Street, an address defined by influential businesses and industries. The following global ‘giants’ have chosen to locate in Victoria:

Deutsche Bank relocated their Private Wealth and Asset Management division from the City to be closer to key clients in Victoria.

Vitol are the world’s largest independent energy trader, they want to remain among the big players of London.

Based in Victoria for over 15 years, Chime is one of the area’s biggest employers, comprising 54 different businesses and employing over 2000 people.

Globally-renowned fashion brand Jimmy Choo has moved here to join top retail brands Tom Ford, Armani, Gucci and Burberry, affirming Victoria as the home of London’s major fashion houses.

Regarded as the largest private US foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s aims include the reduction of extreme poverty around the world.

Deutsche Bank relocated their Private Wealth and Asset Management division from the City to be closer to key clients in Victoria.

Vitol are the world’s largest independent energy trader, they want to remain among the big players of London.

Based in Victoria for over 15 years, Chime is one of the area’s biggest employers, comprising 54 different businesses and employing over 2000 people.

Globally-renowned fashion brand Jimmy Choo has moved here to join top retail brands Tom Ford, Armani, Gucci and Burberry, affirming Victoria as the home of London’s major fashion houses.

Regarded as the largest private US foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s aims include the reduction of extreme poverty around the world.

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