As the plants arrive for its grandiose green wall, new CGI footage showcases what you can expect from the Salford office block when it completes in May.
Eden sits on the corner of Irwell Street and Stanley Street and represents £36m of investment from developer English Cities Fund, a joint venture between Homes England, Legal & General, and Muse Developments.
Designed by Make Architects, the 115,000 sq ft Eden is set to be one of the most sustainable buildings in the North West. ECF is aiming for a target BREEAM rating of Outstanding and a NABERS certificate of 5.5 for the building. Accordingly, Eden will be able to run completely on renewable electricity.
While Eden has strong green credentials, it is also set to be very green – literally. A 43,000 sq ft living wall façade will earn the office the record for Europe’s largest living wall, according to the developer. Flora fans can expect to see 350,000 plants on the wall, as well as insect hotels and bird nesting boxes.
TLT is the first tenant to sign on for space at Eden, with the law firm claiming the top two floors. Joint agents for the office building are Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, and OBI.
You can see a video showing what is in store for TLT and other future tenants at the top of this page, or on Muse’s YouTube channel.
Bowmer + Kirkland is the main contractor for Eden. The project team for Eden includes Chrome as project manager, Atelier Ten as MEP engineer, and Woolgar Hunter as structural engineer. Re-form is the landscape architect and RPS is the cost consultant. Cundall is the sustainability and acoustic consultant. Wintech is the façade consultant. WSP is the transport consultant and Avison Young is the planner.