Global technology company Ricoh have announced they are the latest tenant to take office space in the West End development at 20 Triton Street.
The space spans over 40,000 square feet of grade A office space and is based in Regent’s Place.
This letting means that the Triton Street development is now 94% full leaving just 14,700 square feet of offices space unoccupied.
When asked about the letting, director of London Leasing at British Land, James Danby, said, “The speed with which we have achieved almost full occupancy at 10 and 20 Triton Street, in the face of challenging market conditions, is a testament to the quality of building and public realm that Regent’s Place offers to its diverse range of West End occupiers. We very much look forward to welcoming Ricoh to this growing community of leading businesses.”
Ricoh are the latest in a list of big industry names that occupy the building. Other tenants include Dimensional Fund Advisors, Gazprom Marketing & Trading Limited and Len Lease.
The addition of 20 Triton Street adds 363,000 square feet of office space to the Regent’s Place development, taking the overall amount of office space available to 1.5 million square feet.
It is estimated that upon its completion in 2013 the development will provide a further 385,000 square feet of office space in central London.