|Architectural style||International style|
|Location||Euston Road, London Borough of Camden|
|Height||124 metres (407 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Sidney Kaye Eric Firmin & Partners|
|Main contractor||George Wimpey|
The site was developed by Joe Levy who bought properties along the north side of Euston Road to enable him to build a complex of two tower blocks with office shops and apartments. The building, which was designed by Sidney Kaye Eric Firmin & Partners in the International style and built by George Wimpey, was completed in 1970. It is 36-storeys and 124 metres (407 ft) high. Early tenants included Inmarsat and Capital Radio.
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- Foundation stone at the entrance to the building
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