South Bank Central is a unique collection of mixed-use buildings located on the cultural pulse of London’s historic river bank. Found between Blackfriars and the Southbank Centre it’s surrounded by incredibly successful companies and iconic cultural institutions, a location for businesses that truly want to stand out. Alive with opportunities for both offices and retail, the thriving “new Central” London neighbours the glitzy West End and bustling City, with extensive transport connections. South Bank Central offers a balanced and healthy environment to attract the best talent in a cultural setting that caters for all.
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South Bank Central was formerly known as King’s Reach Tower. The Tower element was originally a thirty storey structure 111 metres high and was completed in 1972. The buildings were designed by the famous architect Richard Seifert also known for designing Centrepoint on Tottenham Court Road and Tower 42. The Tower at South Bank Central was once the headquarters of IPC Media, one of the biggest publishing companies in Europe. In the late 1970s, the tower became part of the mythos surrounding the British comic 2000 AD, published by IPC, and the building was depicted as home to the ‘Nerve Centre’ of its alien editor, Tharg.
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