7 Amazing Facts About London's Skyscrapers

Will Noble
By Will Noble Last edited 57 months ago
7 Amazing Facts About London's Skyscrapers

How many of these facts did you know about London's skyscrapers?

Of course, there is an actual 13th floor, but the floors are numbered 11, 12, 14...

This building used to have the highest swimming pool in London — but not any more, as you'll soon see.

To make matters more confusing, The Heron's official website is salesforce-tower.com

Sorry about that, St George Wharf Tower.

Stained glass from the Baltic Exchange can now be seen at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.

It's set to rise from the ashes as 22 Bishopsgate. Let's hope it make it to at least eight storeys.

Viñoly's original plans risked obscuring St Paul's Cathedral from certain angles.

Also read: 7 Amazing Facts About London's Roundabouts

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Last Updated 22 November 2017