The 120,000 sq ft scheme is designed by PLP Architecture.
Crossrail land & property director Ian Lindsay said: “Crossrail will help transform Farringdon into one of London’s biggest transport interchanges and a destination in its own right. The Lindsey Street scheme offers another significant development for Farringdon, creating high-quality commercial space above the world-class new transport links Crossrail will bring the City of London.”
The Lindsey Street scheme is one of two over-station developments planned in the Farringdon area. Crossrail and development partner Cardinal Lysander Group have already submitted plans for the Cardinal House scheme that will create high-quality office space above Crossrail’s western ticket hall at Farringdon.
A total of three million square feet of development space is planned above Crossrail stations across London. Throughout the route, planning permission has now been secured for nearly one million square feet of these.
Development partners are already in place for: Bond Street West (Grosvenor Estates); Bond Street East (Great Portland Estates); Tottenham Court Road East (Derwent London); and Liverpool Street West (Aviva Investors).