Warren and Kitty Elsmore, Troy Reimer, Rob Novak and I had the opportunity to visit one of London’s great buildings Tuesday. The Gherkin, as it’s also called after it’s pickle shape, is London’s sixth tallest building with 590 ft (180 m). It’s located in the City of London in the main financial district. The building was designed by Lord Foster and Ken Shuttleworth and constructed by Skanska of Sweden 2001-2004.
The building is closed to the public but we got to visit the building through Matt White who works as a consultant in the building. We had drinks at the very top of the building that overlooks London with spectacular views. You can see for your self.