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15 Westferry Circus

15 Westferry Circus
General information
Location 15 Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf development in the London Docklands
Construction started 1998
Completed 2001
Height
Roof 44.5 m (146 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 10
Floor area 16,255 m2 (174,970 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Terry Farrell and Partners

15 Westferry Circus is a 16,250 m² (175,000 sq ft) building on Canary Wharf. Construction began in November 1998.[1] Its finish marked the completion of the Westferry Complex, the westernmost point of Canary Wharf.

The building was designed to fully incorporate the requirements of the tenant,


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The ownership of this building was the subject of a protracted legal dispute in Ireland in 2012.[5]

15 Westferry Circus serves as the fifteen mile (24 km) marker in the London Marathon.[4]

Morgan Stanley Dean Witter sublet the building to London Underground Ltd, who had taken over Tube Lines.

. 25 Canada Square leased Citigroup Their lease began in March 2000, the same month [2]

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