New City landmark will include Roman exhibition space
The scheme will include some retail units at ground floor level and a new entrance to the Bank London Underground Station. Bloomberg London will also host a permanent public exhibition on the Roman Temple of Mithras which was originally unearthed on the site in the 1950s.
Two office buildings, offering approximately 47,800m² and 21,300m² respectively, dominate the site, separated by new public spaces and linked by two sky bridges.
The project has been designed by Foster + Partners and the steelwork contractor is William Hare.