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“Crystalline” Office Tower 73% Full Ahead of Launch

AUTHOR | Alec Ryan @ May 22, 2014 9:14 am | Comments (0)

Crystalline Office Tower 240 Blackfriars

High Rise Office Construction from ML2 Networx LTD on Vimeo. The shift to SE1 continues with the news that a brand new office tower in SE1 is almost three-quarters full – just over a month since construction was completed.

Carlyle Group to sell Alban Gate offices

AUTHOR | Amy Edwards @ May 22, 2011 9:28 am | Comments (0)

Investors to buy office building from The Carlyle Group. JP Morgan offices to be acquired by three investors including Tishman Speyer. Investors have been competing to purchase the current main offices of financial services firm JP Morgan. A shortlist of three investors has been drawn up and it is expected they will pay around £300 […]

New mixed use development to be built in Blackfriars Road

AUTHOR | Amy Edwards @ March 28, 2011 1:06 pm | Comments (0)

Blackfriars office scheme receives planning permission. London mixed use development to be constructed in Blackfriars. An office scheme in Blackfriars has been given the go ahead by Southwark’s planning committee. The development received planning permission recently and is expected to be completed by mid 2013. Once constructed the building will consist of 29,199 square metres […]

Property agents MERJS appointed sole agents of two London offices

AUTHOR | Amy Edwards @ December 5, 2010 9:30 am | Comments (0)

MERJS are appointed sole agent for two high quality offices. London office properties to be managed by property agent MERJS. Commercial property agency MERJS have been appointed the sole agent for two London office buildings. The company will be solely in charge of two recently refurbished offices in the prestigious London Whitehall location.

Carlyle Group buys six office properties in London for £671 million

AUTHOR | Amy Edwards @ July 10, 2010 11:02 am | Comments (0)

Six landmark London office properties have been bought by the Carlyle Group for  £671 million. The properties were part of Syrian businessman Simon Halabi’s £1 billion portfolio who was declared bankrupt in April this year. The properties were part of a commercial mortgage-backed security deal known as White Tower, which included ten properties, that was forced to […]


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