One New Change is a shopping centre in the city, featuring 60 stores, several restaurants and a public roof terrace with views of St Paul's Cathedral. There is also office space. The building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel.
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One New Change
Sehr viel Glas und Stahl sind das Statement dieser Mall in der Londoner City in Nachbarschaft zu St. Paul´s Cathedral. Wer nicht über die nötigen Pennies verfügt, um in den Geschäften zu shoppen, sollte es sich trotzdem keinesfalls entgehen lassen, den Fahrstuhl zur Terrasse zu nehmen, um dort St. Paul´s zum Umarmen nah zu kommen.
Wer sich für Londons Panorama begeistern kann, wird den...more
Love this place. Obviously there's the shopping but also the food markets! Great place to pop out for lunch and have a wander around. Also good for those last minute necessities - shoes for a ball, cake for your birthday obligations, tights from H&M and quirky gifts!more
Finally, a place that I can do some shopping during lunch! I really like this shopping mall. Mostly because it has many of the shops that I love and is super close to my job. So I can shop during my lunch hour.
The shops have some high end stores but they also have your usual H&M along with Accessorize and Foyles Bookstore. So its a good mix of upscale and low/mid scale stores.
A few good shops in the heart of the city.
Please note: you must have money to burn in order to shop here as the cheapest shop with no doubt is h&m. This shopping centre only hosts the higher shopping market of the high street. Definitely a no no to visitors of Primani! A good place to go for a few bits after a long day in the office as opposed to slugging yourself down Oxford street. I...more
So yesterday we went for a sneaky peek at the new shopping centre next to St Paul's that is One New Change. Funny name for a shopping centre but anyway.
So normally, anyone who has ever visited this area on a weekend will have found it to be a bit of a ghost town apart from the tourists at St Paul's. Most of the shops are closed weekends, as are many of the restaurants and bars that teem...more