Opposite the dramatic new station and at the entrance to Reading's proposed new business district, Thames Tower arguably occupies one of the UK's best office locations outside London. This site is Reading's front door. Occupiers will be in a prime position to benefit from the buoyant economies of Reading and the wider South East of England.


The future of Thames Tower now lies in a refurbishment that strips the building back to its structure, reshapes and reclads it to create a highly-specified, modern office block. There is potential for a refurbishment to be delivered more quickly than a newly built tower.

Thames Tower and the neighbouring Station Hill site have different owners. For more information about the redevelopment of the Station Hill area, please visit www.stationhillreading.co.uk

History

Thames Tower was purchased by LaSalle Investment Management in August 2004.


A scheme refurbishing and extending the building was first consented by Reading Borough Council in February 2006, but this consent lapsed in February 2009.


The building was closed in September 2010.

For further information about approximately 130,000 square feet of office space planned for this site, please contact: