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7 & 8 Frederick’s Place and 35 Old Jewry, London EC2

Client: The Mercers' Company

7 & 8 Frederick’s Place and 35 Old Jewry is the first phase of the masterplan JRA prepared for the regeneration of The Mercers’ Company’s home estate at Frederick’s Place in heart of the City of London.

JRA undertook the sensitive refurbishment and restoration of 7 & 8 Frederick’s Place and 35 Old Jewry, bringing the three Grade II listed buildings, originally designed by Robert Adam in the 1750’s, back into commercial use.  The project interconnects No’s 7 & 8 Frederick’s Place with 35 Old Jewry to provide contemporary workplace and restores the remaining features within the Adam rooms. An attractive new roof terrace has been created on the south side of the building at first floor level. 7,8 and 35 were leased within a month of launch, demonstrating there is strong demand for this type of unique workplace which is proving to be very popular with modern City occupiers.