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The Pepper Store

Let to Equinix.

Records show that the East India Company imported 7,000,000 lbs (3,200,000 kgs) of pepper to London in 1677.

29,738 sq ft / 2,763 sq m

The Pepper Store is one of the original spice warehouse buildings at Devonshire Square. The Pepper Store has a prime location at the western end of the estate, with a dual aspect over the landscaped Devonshire Square and the vibrant covered Western Courtyard. With its attractive brick façade, this elegant office building has a new March & White designed reception and is made up of five upper floors with average plates of 5,500 sq ft.

By the 17th century, there was already extensive demand for pepper to spice up bland English food. Records show that in a single year (1677) the East India Company imported 7,000,000 lbs (3,200,000 kgs) of pepper to London.

Area Schedule - NIA

Floor
Use
Area Sq ft
Area Sq m
Fifth
Offices
5,651
525
Fourth
Offices
5,608
521
Third
Offices
5,586
519
Second
Offices
5,564
517
First
Offices
5,521
513
Ground
Reception
1,808
168
Total
 
29,738
2,763

Floorplans

Typical Floor
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  • Typical floor

Specifications

The key elements of the base specification are as follows:
  • 2 x 12-person passenger lifts
  • Fully accessible raised floor
  • Floor-to-ceiling height 2.7m
  • New March & White designed reception
  • Extensive showers, lockers, bicycle spaces and drying facilities on-site
  • 4 pipe fan-coil air conditioning (5th floor)
  • Targeting a BREEAM rating of ‘excellent’
  • On-site car parking
  • Occupancy ratio 1:10 (ability to enhance to 1:8)
  • Hiross under floor air conditioning (1st – 4th floors)

The Pepper Store was completed in Q1 2017