Apple Takes More of West End

Apple will be moving into yet more office space in the West End of London, it has been announced. The computer and technology giant will be occupying 7181 square feet of office space at 10 Slingsby Place, which is located at the mixed-use development of St Martin’s Courtyard in Covent Garden. Apple has signed a lease of no less than 15 years with landlord Longmartin, which is itself a joint venture between The Mercers Company and Shaftsbury PLC, for which it is paying 52 UK pounds per square feet.

The development is now fully let, with other tenants being August Equity, who are occupying 4842 square feet of office space on the first floor of the building, PZ Cussons PLC, which has taken on all of 14 St Upper Martin’s Lane, which amounts to 11,530 square feet, signing up for a ten year lease, and recruitment consultant company Robert Martins who signed up to lease the 43,000 square feet of office space at 11 Slingsby Place back in January.

“We are delighted to have attracted occupiers of the calibre of Apple, Robert Waltons, PZ Cussons and August Equity to St Martin’s Courtyard,” says Simon Quayle, the director of Shaftsbury PLC. “The scheme’s location and quality of offices together with exclusive shops, restaurants and contemporary living space is demonstrating how a complementary mix of uses can come together to provide a superb environment.”

Image courtesy of Apple.

Reflex Solutions offer managed offices in Bloomsbury in period style character filled buildings. Please contact us with your specific requirements if you can not find what you are looking for.

Copyright © 2017 | Website by: greensplash Design