Conran and Partners unveils residential conversion of Richard Seifert’s Centre Point
Richard Seifert’s celebrated Centre Point tower in London has been restored and converted into apartments by architecture firm Conran and Partners.
London-based Conran and Partners has completely overhauled the Grade-II listed white-concrete high-rise, which was completed by Seifert in 1966, at the intersection of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road.
The 36-storey tower previously contained offices, but has now been converted to accommodate 82 apartments, including a penthouse on sale for £55 million.
Developers Almacantar approached Conran and Partners with the commission in 2010. It is now almost complete, with the final stages of the project due to finish by September 2018.