One Bartholomew, London

A brand new office building forming part of Helical’s Barts Square complex, which is creating a new office, retail and residential destination in London’s St Paul’s/Farringdon district

Investment Features


St Paul’s/Farringdon

In a vibrant and popular location with strong existing transport links and the Elizabeth Line arriving soon


Modern, high-quality office space with an impressive reception and a 10th floor terrace with views of St Paul’s Cathedral

221,000 sq ft

Efficient and flexible rectangular floor plates with natural light on all four sides and ceiling heights of 2.85m

  • One Bartholomew was completed by developer Helical as part of its Barts Square scheme in December 2018
  • The building is designed by award-winning architects Sheppard Robson and sits in a prime location between the Smithfield Conservation Area and St Paul’s, where creative hub Farringdon meets the city’s financial district
  • With clear open floor plates of typically 19,500 sq ft, the building offers flexible space to suit a range of occupiers, as well as impressive amenities
  • Intimate, cobbled and characterful, Barts Square promises to be a new office, retail and residential destination a short walk from the heart of the City but a world apart

Leasing Agents

Simon Conie (CBRE)
0207 182 3403

Mark Slim (CBRE)
0207 182 3788


Peter Thursfield (Savills)
0207 409 8928

Josh Lamb (Savills)
0207 409 8891


Malcolm Trice (Ingleby Trice)
0207 029 3612

Building News

Final tenant secured at One Bartholomew

January 20, 2020

Financial services business finnCap has signed a lease for the final floor of AshbyCapital and Helical’s City of London office building…

BDB Pitmans moves to One Bartholomew

October 17, 2019

Law firm BDB Pitmans has agreed a ten year lease at One Bartholomew in the City. It will occupy two floors,…

AshbyCapital and Helical let floor at One Bartholomew

May 7, 2019

AshbyCapital and Helical have agreed a letting at One Bartholomew, in the City of London, to InfraRed Capital Partners. The investment…