London, England NW1 6XE
|Designed by||J.J. Joass|
- Residences: 132
- This building includes the former boarding house at 221B Baker Street. This address was made famous by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as the home of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
- 1932: Construction finished.
- 1970's: The building was mostly demolished and reconstructed. Only its tower and facade were saved.
- 2002: Abbey National moved its headquarters out of this building.
- Mid-2000's: The building was once again mostly demolished and reconstructed into residences. Again, this time only its tower and facade were retained.