Regent’s Place is where a new approach to urban living and working is taking shape. Pioneering design and careful stewardship means businesses, communities and nature can all thrive together. Regent’s Place endeavours to create a better future through responsible urbanism, offering an authentic and inclusive space for its diverse local community.
Situated at the crossroads of Camden, Fitzrovia and the Knowledge Quarter, Regent’s Place is a 13 acre, fully managed campus owned by British Land. The neighbourhood offers unrivalled local and international transport links, the latest in sustainable design and a lively mix of retail, leisure and public spaces. At its heart is Regent’s Place Plaza, a place to meet, eat, drink and spend time. The Plaza plays host to an array of regular events, from food markets to an open air big screen.
Regent’s Place totals around two million sq ft of office, retail and residential property. Occupiers range from global businesses such as Dentsu Aegis, Facebook, Lendlease and Santander, to science and health based organisations including Everlight Radiology, the NHS and the General Medical Council.
Throughout Regent’s Place the open spaces and buildings are enhanced by numerous public art installations, from both internationally recognised names as well as young breakthrough artists commissioned by British Land. The campus has close ties to the local community through the Regent’s Place Community Fund and other long term partnerships.
Further details can be found at regentsplace.com
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