The Big
Red Team

A bold thinking destination needs a Big Team. As the biggest development here for 25 years, 245 Hammersmith is a groundbreaking new joint development venture between Legal & General and Mitsubishi Estate. We’re big on track record. The Legal & General team has already delivered big with Central St Giles and Paternoster Square.

“245 Hammersmith Road will be much more than just an office building; we are creating a destination with modern working and lifestyle trends at the core of our thinking. It will set a new standard for Hammersmith.”

Simon Wilkes

Head of Business Space Development
At Legal & General Property

A leading international property development and investment company, Mitsubishi Estate has a substantial commercial and residential portfolio in Tokyo, Japan, with operations in the United States, UK, China, and Singapore.

A comprehensive real estate developer, the strength of Mitsubishi Estate lies in its comprehensive business structure, covering businesses from development to leasing and property management. Operating under a policy of maintaining ownership of the majority of its developments, Mitsubishi Estate can pursue urban development with an eye to the future.

Best known in the UK for the successful redevelopment at Paternoster Square and 8 Finsbury Circus in the City of London, Mitsubishi Estate was involved in the Central Saint Giles development, and in the USA, Mitsubishi Estate owns the Rockefeller Group Inc.

LGIM Real Assets (LGIMRA) is one of the UK’s leading real assets investment managers with £24bn in assets under management and is part of Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of the world’s largest institutional asset managers and a major global investor. Its combined expertise in private residential, commercial property, and private credit provides a compelling investment approach.

As one of the most active institutional fund managers in the UK, it offers asset management experience and exceptional access across markets, sectors and locations. LGIMRA is proud to be recognised as an industry leader, combining depth of knowledge and innovative ideas to serve the long-terms needs of clients, businesses and communities.

LGIMRA has a long-term track record of regenerating towns and cities across the UK including delivering the landmark building Central Saint Giles in London’s West End. Legal & General is committed to a programme which has delivered £10bn into UK infrastructure, direct investments, and urban regeneration projects to date. Current major London projects include Senator House, 101 St Martins Lane, 72 Broadwick Street and 47-49 Tanner Street.

Sheppard Robson

“We use good design to add value to the businesses we work with, supporting and showcasing a company’s brand values while putting employee well-being and productivity at the heart of the design process.”

Sheppard Robson is an award-winning architecture practice with offices around the world. The founding principles of the practice are innovation and sustainability – and these ideas continue to shape their work around the world today, as architects, masterplanners, and interior designers.

Designing offices for over 30 years, include HQs and speculative developments, urban and out of town projects, as well as new-build and complete refurbishment schemes.

Their commercial portfolio work includes The Alan Turing Building, Manchester, Channel 4, Woolwich town centre, Great Newport Street, and Finsbury Square, London, Minna Airport City, Niger State, and Waingels College, Berkshire.

Paternoster Square

As one of the most exciting City developments, Paternoster Square in the City of London is set over 70,000m², offering office space, retail outlets and cafés and a vibrant square in the shadow of London’s iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral. It restores the lines of the ancient streets surrounding the square - and reclaims the public open space of the square itself as a place for year-round events.

Central Saint Giles

The £450m development links four of central London’s best-loved destinations; Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Soho, and Fitzrovia. It’s also one of the largest, designed by Renzo Piano as a colourful mixed-use development, including retail, residential, and an outdoor Plaza – the office building occupied by some of the world’s leading media companies.