Exchange House is arguably one of the finest buildings in the Broadgate development, towering over the railway tracks above Liverpool Street Station and Exchange Square. Built in 1990 by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the ten-storey office building is effectively an inhabited bridge, with a frame supported on a primary structure of four parabolic segmented tiered arches.
The building is occupied by three high profile companies Bank of Montreal, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, RPMI & Railpen Investments and Societe Generale.
Broadgate Estates provides property management services to the building.
Our management team were the Winner of British Land’s Managing Buildings Efficiently, Energy Reduction Award for Offices 2012 and received the Building Operation Award at the CIBSE 2014 Building Performance Awards jointly with British Land.