38 Finsbury is situated on the corner of Finsbury Square and Wilson Street equidistant between Moorgate and Liverpool Street Elizabeth Line stations. Previously occupied by Bloomberg until mid-2020, planning permission was achieved for redevelopment of the building in April 2022 and detailed design work is presently underway to reposition the building as a highly sustainable prime asset suitable for either a single HQ occupier or multiple tenants.
100 Leadenhall Street comprises three separate buildings at 100, 106 and 107 Leadenhall Street all acquired between 2014 and 2015. The original buildings comprise approximately 250,000 square feet of mainly commercial space with some retail at ground and basement levels.
111 Cannon Street is a brand new office and retail building designed by Fletcher Priest Architects and completed in September 2018. The building comprises 20,507 sq ft of total floorspace and has its office address at 17 St. Swithin’s Lane, housing the important Grade II* Listed London Stone landmark on Cannon Street.
Buckingham Green comprises three separate buildings at 64 and 65 Buckingham Gate and 1 Brewers Green. The buildings were acquired in 1994 when 64 Buckingham Gate was the London HQ of Rolls Royce PLC.
The original buildings comprised approximately 110,000 square feet of mixed use space including offices, retail and 44 residential apartments.
36 Queen Street was a freehold office building, designed originally by Sir Terry Farrell, located in a prime City of London area close to Bloomberg’s new London HQ. The building comprised 42,000 square feet on basement, ground and six upper floors.
A freehold building in an absolutely prime location in the City of London, providing approximately 16,000 square feet of office accommodation on basement, ground and five upper floors. Previously occupied by the Banco do Brazil.