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Reports are filtering through that insurance company Aon is contemplating moving to a new office space within Central London. The Financial Times newspaper is reporting that an executive office space is shortly to become available at the address of 6 Bevis Marks, located within EC3, after the building was bought from its previous owner, Spanish development company Monteverde, by the German real estate banking company known as Eurohypo.
The Financial Times is reporting that Aon is just one of several companies now apparently vying to moving to the new office space. That said, 6 Bevis Marks is apparently just one of the properties under consideration for the move, with Aon also taking a keen interest in executive office space in the Cheesegrater building (also known as 122 Leadenhall Street) and the Walkie Talkie tower (otherwise known as 20 Fenchurch Street), two of several new skyscraper buildings under construction in London.
“The partners (of the German real estate bank Eurohypo) hope to start on the site as soon as possible in order to meet the expected rise in demand for new office space over the next few years,” according to The Financial Times article.
One other company planning on a move to a new office space within London, which could potentially mean the 6 Bevis Marks address, is the estate agents Foxton. Foxton’s chief executive Michael Brown has previously expressed a desire for the company to take up office space in areas of the capital city that it does not already have branches established in.
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