Pool Street West makes up part of the first phase of UCL East, the largest single expansion of UCL since its foundation.
The planned project, designed by architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, will rise to 16 and 20 floors, including a three storey podium, to house the Future Living Institute: a multi-disciplinary home for research, innovation and teaching.
Cost consultants have valued the design and build cost at around £90m.
Documents can be requested until 19 July and are available from the procurement site In-tend.
Construction of Phase 1 of UCL East will start in 2019, and will consist of over 50,000 sq m of development across two buildings, together costing over £200m to build.
The other building, Marshgate 1, is presently out to bid with documents out to five firms: Bouygues, Laing O’Rourke, Lendlease, Mace and Sir Robert McAlpine.
A preferred contractor is due to be appointed under a pre-construction services agreement later this summer. Construction of Marshgate 1 will then get underway in late spring of 2019.