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CityPoint - Britannic House

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Sheppard Robson, F. Milton Cashmore, H. N. W. Grosvenor
location London
function office
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Originally named Britannic House, CityPoint was built in 1967 as a 35-storey, 122 metres tall headquarters for British Petroleum (now BP), becoming the first building in the City of London area to exceed the height of St Paul's Cathedral. The designers were F. Milton Cashmore and H. N. W. Grosvenor. In 1991 British Petroleum moved back to their original headquarters on Finsbury Circus and the building was renamed Britannic Tower. It was refurbished in 2000, with additional floor space and the height increased to 127 metres The designer for the refurbishment was Sheppard Robson. It was renamed CityPoint after its refurbishment. CityPoint is the fifth-tallest building in the City.

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CityPoint - Britannic House
Ropemaker Street 1
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