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
Great place to hang if you want a breather :) St. Paul's Cathedral, Clerkenwell, South Bank all within a five - ten minute walk. Probably I'm slightly biased as my office is a stones throw away from here. Somewhat synthetically and clinically clean - but I like it as it reminds me of Tokyo buildings :)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