Emma is senior reporter at Property Week covering City offices and the North West. She is a former deputy news editor of Commercial Motor magazines.
Sale of the 79,800 sq ft City of London building overlooking the Bank of England would reflect a yield of 3.8%
House of Fraser is to close another four branches next year as a result of a rent dispute.
A former warehouse at the heart of Seven Dials in Covent Garden is to become a food market after owner Shaftesbury let the space to street food membership organisation KERB
M&G Real Estate has bought One Southwark Bridge, the HQ of the Financial Times, from Pearson for £115m
Completed London office space hit its highest level since 2004 between April and September this year in a period which also saw new construction starts rise by almost a quarter on the previous six months.
Demand for distribution warehouses has grown throughout 2018, with new research from BNP Paribas Real Estate outlining a 13% increase in take up in the first three quarters of the year compared to the same period in 2017.
London & Oriental has made its first letting at its Buckingham Green development in London’s West End.
One rival provider is cutting ties with CBRE, but others are more sanguine about the launch of Hana.
Hammerson and Ballymore have revealed updated plans for their embattled Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme.
US flexible office space provider Knotel has signed two new lease agreements for London properties less than a month after it struck three additional deals in the city.
Telford Homes has bought part of Greystar’s 20-acre Grand Union Canal site in Greenford for £28.4m.
The proposed multi-use development looks set to transform a run-down area of the city but has been beset by problems.