NewDay sought a modern, bold environment to support their growth, JAC Group project managed the 30,000 sq ft delivery, appointing and overseeing numerous consultants including structural engineers to develop this complex scheme and protect the original features in a vast Victorian Warehouse.
Managing a 23 week construction delivery, JAC ensured that NewDay’s vision was realised, all the while protecting their interest throughout an 18 month period.
Later, JAC Group was re-appointed to project manage NewDay’s reconfiguration project.
About the Building
7 Handyside offers a contemporary style with steel framed windows delivering unlimited natural daylight to the interior space – two floors with mezzanine levels.
Built in 1850, it started life as a temporary passenger terminal while King’s Cross station was being built. After the completion of the station, the building was used for handling and storing goods brought to King’s Cross from across the country.
The Grade II Listed building was sympathetically restored to the building it is today.
This building is fortunate to be situated in a slightly quieter environment, however, for those who crave it – the liveliness of Kings Cross Station is a mere ten-minute walk away.
Project size: 30,000 sq ft
Sector: Fund Management & Investment
Location: Midland Goods Shed, Kings Cross, London