Building codes: T, TM, BE, BEL, BEU, BP, BR, AB

Tower Building

Located opposite Holloway Road Tube station, Tower Building is served by the Piccadilly line and close to Highbury & Islington Tube and railway stations.
Location:

166-220 Holloway Road
London N7 8DB

Home to many of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, the Tower Building is our bustling hub on the Holloway Road. It houses seven floors of IT studios, TV production rooms and is home to our exciting newsroom, a dedicated workspace for our journalism students.

The Tower Building has an outside space for all to enjoy. With Upper Street and Highbury Fields a stone's throw away, our students can soak up the lively and creative atmosphere Islington has to offer.

Originally the main route into London from the north, now the Holloway Road forms part of London's most eclectic area. The Tower Building is a mere 15-minute walk from Upper Street and a short bus ride from Camden. The Emirates Stadium is a minute's walk away and there is easy access to our Tower Building from the City and the West End, which are typically a 10-minute Tube ride.


Contact Details

Switchboard:
+44 (0)20 7423 0000

Reception:
+44 (0)20 7133 2072

Admissions Office:
+44 (0)20 7133 4200

Opening Hours

Tower Building and Graduate Centre:
Monday-Friday 8am-9pm
Saturday 8am-3pm

Map of the Tower Complex

Other buildings in the Tower Complex

Harglenis Building (Admissions)

Building code: HG

The Harglenis Building on Holloway Road is the place to come with enquiries and application queries. Drop in and get help from a member of the team.

Graduate Centre

Building code: GC

The Daniel Liebskind Graduate Centre is very much a jewel in London Met's crown and provides excellent teaching resources for our students.

The Rocket

Building code: TR

The Rocket is next to the Graduate Centre on Holloway Road, and is a few minutes' walk from Holloway tube station.

The Great Hall

Built in 1896, the Great Hall was the centrepiece of what was then the Northern Polytechnic Institute and a landmark building on proud, late-Victorian Holloway Road.