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10 New Bridge Street

London (UK)


8-12 New Bridge Street, EC4. City of London


Atenor S.A.
92 Avenue Reine Astrid, 1310 La Hulpe
Julie Willem - International Executive Manager

10 New Bridge Street :

A prime example of renovation.10 New Bridge Street (“10NBS”)  is Atenor’s inaugural project in the United Kingdom. The project consists of the deep retrofit and extension of a 1960s-built office building superbly located in the City of London. Adjacent major transport hubs such as Blackfriars Station, City Thameslink, Farringdon and the Cycle Super-highway, 10NBS will retain 72% of the existing building structure and provide a highly sustainable, flexible workspace adaptable to modern work practices. Located in a historical conservation area of London, the façade will sensitively adapt to the immediate surrounds in terms of treatment and colour pallet whilst providing large, attractive windows to maximize natural light within the office and ground floor plans. The New Bridge Street elevation will allow for planting to provide the area’s only “greened” frontage. The ground floor will be activated on all four sides – including a new public house with double-height space, office lobby, café/juice bar, public and occupier cycle access and an Art Wall along the newly created Bridewell Passage – a pedestrian friendly link connecting Bride Lane with Bridewell Place for the first time.  


6,000 m2 offices - 1,700m2 retail spaces



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Start of construction works: est. 2023          End of works : 2025      

Land owner

Haverhill Investments sp z.o.o. (90% Atenor SA, 10% ATENOR GROUP PARTICIPANTS SA)


 Sustainability project

In order to reduce emissions and use renewable energy, the project will propose :

  • Expected energy performance : 132 kwh / m² (35% below current consumption)
  • Heat energy from the district heating network 
  • Façade has been studied to be adapted to the sun at different moment of the day
  • Solar panels                                                        

To promote circularity:                                             

  • Renovation is prefered to demolition, with about 72 % of the structure retained 
  • Rain water collection
  • Embodied Carbon

To improve the urban living environment :         

  • Protecting and enhancing ecology and biodiversity on site, targeting a minimum Urban Greening Factor of 0.3

Certifications : Aims at BREEAM: Excellent / WELL Core & Shell: Gold+ / EU taxonomy : aligned

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