250 City Road

Format
Brief

City
London

Country
UK

Metro Area
London

Project Type
Mixed Use

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Data Center
Hotel
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Office
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Healthy place features
Luxury housing
Pedestrian-friendly development
Public-private partnership

Site Size
5.5 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2018

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250 City Road is a high-end mixed-use project in London located along designated cycling routes. It will begin opening in phases, starting in 2018 and ending in 2023. The project will provide accommodations intended for the area’s growing bicycle ownership and use. There will be 930 residential units, 190 hotel rooms, 75,000 square feet of office space, 40,000 square feet of retail space, and a 23,000 square-foot data center. The building will feature a monumental bike storage space with the capacity for 1,486 bikes along with many other bike amenities, encouraging active transportation with London’s ever-growing community of bicycle commuters.

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Format
Brief

City
London

Country
UK

Metro Area
London

Project Type
Mixed Use

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Data Center
Hotel
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Office
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Healthy place features
Luxury housing
Pedestrian-friendly development
Public-private partnership

Site Size
5.5 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2018

Developer
Berkeley Group Holdings
Cobham, UK

Architect
Foster + Partners

Principal Author(s)
Rachel MacCleery, Ed McMahon, Matthew Norris

Source
Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
http://uli.org/report/active-transportation-real-estate-next-frontier/