February 3, 2006
Landmark win for Otis in London
Otis Elevator Company will supply and install 21 elevators for a 29-storey office tower under construction in London’s historic Square Mile district.
The project, a collaboration between The British Land Company Plc and Stanhope Plc, will be designed by Foster and Partners and led by Britain’s internationally-recognized architect Lord Norman Foster of Thames Bank.
The Lime Street building is located in the historic Square Mile district, protected by London’s medieval walls, that is home to international institutions such as Lloyd’s of London, the Bank of England and the London Stock Exchange.
When completed, it will have 475,000 square feet of office and retail space.
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