Structure in general
- Of the total 29,112sq m (313,357sq ft) provided by the scheme, 2,134sq m (22,971sq ft) is retail space and 26,978sq m (290,386sq ft) is office space.
- Below ground will incorporate part of the ticket hall for the proposed Crossrail rail link, whilst above ground the building features a triple height reception area.
- At 57 metres (187 feet), Moor House's foundations are the deepest in London.
- Moor House was built on a site formerly occupied by Moor House, an 18-storey office tower built as part of the London Wall redevelopment in the 1960s.
- The entrance area and passenger lift cars have travertine walls and Nero Assoluto granite floors.
- Although the building has 14 lifts, its design allows the potential to add an additional three shuttle lifts running between levels 1 and 4.
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