One of London's most famous, if not most-loved, buildings, Centre Point stands in the centre of the West End, looking over the busy Oxford Street and Charing Cross Rd junction.
Built on land originally designated for a traffic roundabout, a long drawn out process led to planning permission being granted in August, 1959.
The building stands 117m (385ft) tall, accommodating 35 floors of office space, with its distinctive concrete pattern making it an instantly recognisable London landmark.
Centre Point is a national treasure. London’s iconic skyscraper is currently undergoing a transformation into exclusive high-quality apartments with unrivalled panoramic views across the capital.