Completed in 2017, IFC 1 is the first of a quartet of MJP designed buildings at the International Finance Centre. It faces a new public square along with three other MJP designed buildings: IFC 5 (completed in 2018), IFC 6 (permitted in 2016) and IFC 2 (permitted in 2020).
The building will provide premium, column free office space. It will have an elegance and finesse equal to the best of the Island’s historic buildings. Its distinctive appearance and efficient layout, together with its progressive, flexible and sustainable environmental strategy, sets a new standard for development in Jersey.
The building provides around 67,000 sqft of purpose built Grade A office accommodation for the Island’s finance industry. Tenants include UBS, BNP Paribas and Laing O’Rourke International.
The specification of the building is based on Central London standards and will provides complete flexibility as a result of column free space and the regular shape of the floorplate. Uniquely for St Helier, the layout of the building provides natural light on all four sides.
It was the first building in the Channel Islands to gain a BREEAM Excellent environmental rating. SBEM modelling has demonstrated that its performance is 19% better than the minimum requirement of Jersey Building Bye-Law Part 11 2A and it achieve at least a 20% reduction in energy through the use of low or zero carbon technologies.
- States of Jersey Development Company
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