Built in 1966, the building was commissioned by Harry Hyams and designed by Richard Seifert.
This central part of London is radically improving, with Centre Point at the forefront of this rejuvenation.
Acquired in 2011, Centre Point is set to be re-established as a premium London landmark when completed in 2017.
Centre Point’s vibrant character will be enriched as it’s transformed to a new residential, restaurant and retail destination.
Residents will enjoy unrivalled views of London, whilst the West End will gain a new shopping and dining venue.
Surrounded by culture, and next to Europe’s most famous shopping spots, the development will also benefit from a new public square lined with modern shops and restaurants.
Centre Point is located in the most connected part of London, thanks to the upcoming arrival of Crossrail and the new Tottenham Court Road station.
“When the revival of Centre Point is complete, we believe it will restore this building to its rightful place as one of London’s most cherished design classics – a modernist masterpiece in the heart of a great creative city.”
– Tim Bowder-Ridger, Conran Design