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Regis House

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Identification

Regis House
195520

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
postmodernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • Regis House stands on the site previously occupied by the King William Street underground station, built in 1890, which was the northbound terminus of the City & South London railway - the world's first electric underground railway.
  • The station was closed in 1910 because its orientation made extensions of the line north to Bank and Moorgate impossible. It was, however, used during World War II as an air raid shelter and remains accessible through the basement of Regis House.
  • At Lower Thames Street, the structural height is 48.9 meters. However, Fish Street Hill and Monument Street climb around the building to meet King William Street, where the frontage is only 36.9 meters tall.

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Location

43-46 King William Street
45 King William Street
EC4
City of London
London
England
United Kingdom

Technical Data

160.43 ft
160.43 ft
148.62 ft
11.81 ft
11
1
1998

Involved Companies

GMW Architects

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