Aviva agrees to build new mixed-use scheme in London's Liverpool St

Global asset manager Aviva Investors said on Wednesday that it has entered into a development agreement with Transport for London (TfL) to build a new mixed-use retail and office building at 1 Liverpool Street.

The group plans to deliver a building opposite the new Liverpool Street Elizabeth line eastern station entrance at 1 Liverpool Street as well as above and around Crossrail infrastructure, which will complete the west end of Liverpool Street. Financial details were not disclosed.
The Eric Parry-designed scheme will provide circa 175,000 sq ft (16,200 m2) of office and retail space over ground and 10 upper floors, subject to planning approval. The site bookmarks the Crossrail platform with Aviva Investors’ ongoing development at 101 Moorgate. This development at the new eastern entrance to the Elizabeth line at Liverpool Street station complements the site opposite the new western entrance at 101 Moorgate, which Aviva Investors concluded a deal with TfL for earlier this year.
James Stevens, head of development, global real estate, at Aviva Investors, said: 'This is undoubtably one of the best development sites in the City of London and we are excited to continue our partnership with TfL. Having the opportunity to develop top quality buildings immediately above the east and west entrances to Crossrail Liverpool Street is both unique and exciting.'

He added: 'This transaction marks another significant step in repositioning the Aviva Investors real estate portfolio for growth and is set to benefit from a rapidly evolving City of London.'


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