A company offering serviced offices has secured a floor in one of the City’s brand new icons: the Cheesegrater.
The Leadenhall Building, as it’s more officially known, is a 45 level tapered building in the heart of the City, designed by Richard Rogers.
It’s been announced by the developers British Land and Oxford Properties that Servcorp have leased level 30 in the new building, which is due to be completed this year. It’s the first single level leasing that has been agreed for the new building.
Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land said: “Servcorp is a brand that is synonymous with the world’s premier buildings, We are delighted they have selected The Leadenhall Building to expand their London operations.”
Mike Rayner, Head of Development at Oxford Properties said: “Servcorp’s decision to take space at The Leadenhall Building underlines that this is a real trophy building; not just in the context of London, but globally. It is a fitting start to the year in which Leadenhall will reach practical completion. Welcoming Servcorp to the building is also an effective kickstart to the next phase of our leasing programme, where we look forward to attracting a broad community of specialist and corporate occupiers to the building’s varied floorplates.”
Other announced tenants in the building, on which construction started in 2014, include Aon and Amlin.
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