Lancaster House is a substantial and attractive office block totalling 30,000 sq ft (2,800sqm), extending over 0.14 acres (0.06 hectares) in central London.
Set over seven-stories, the office block comprises basement, ground & six upper floors. The offices have been subdivided but internal reconfiguring is easily achieved.
Built in the 1950s, the block is of a reinforced concrete frame construction. Walls are double-skimmed with brick and there is glass block work at ground floor level. At the front of the building, there is also concrete panelling below the windows.
With its entrance in Gaunt Street, the office block benefits from a reception hall and separate concierge office, along with a main staircase that also extends down into the basement & boiler room. There are also two, eight-person passenger lifts to the upper floors.
All offices have solid concrete floors with either laminate flooring or carpeting. Ceilings are suspended and there is perimeters IT & phone trunking. Alternating on each floor are male & female rest rooms.
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