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Citigroup tower canary wharf

Citigroup in talks to buy its Canary Wharf skyscraper from AGC Equity Partners


Citigroup is in talks with AGC Equity Partners to buy the Canary Wharf skyscraper it occupies.

Thamesmead Waterfront GVA

Lendlease picked for £8bn Thamesmead project


Housing association Peabody has selected Lendlease as preferred bidder to help it deliver its £8bn, 11,500 home Thamesmead Waterfront scheme in south east London.

London skyline

London office market ranked third most expensive in the world


London has the third most expensive office market in the world after Hong Kong and Tokyo, according to Knight Frank, with Melbourne and Sydney set to see the largest rental growth in the coming year.

1 Finsbury Avenue

Online casino places bet on British Land’s Broadgate


Product Madness is latest non-financial firm to move to the City as it puts sixth floor of 1FA under offer

Procession House CGI

M&G provide £69.1m loan for Procession House refurbishment


M&G Investments has provided a £69.1m loan to a joint venture between Goldman Sachs and Greycoat for the refurbishment of Procession House in London.

View from Southbank

Schroders pulls Palace House sale


Schroder UK Real Estate Fund (SREF) has taken South Bank building Palace House off the market after it failed to find a buyer prepared to pay the asking price.


British Library signs agreement for 100,000 sq ft extension


The British Library is to add a 100,000 sq ft extension to its Grade 1 listed home after signing a development agreement with Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan.


LGIM refinances Southbank Place


Almacantar has secured a £420m debt refinancing with LGIM Real Assets on One and Two Southbank Place at the Shell Centre Development near Waterloo station.


Grosvenor’s Craig McWilliam new chair of Westminster Property Association


Craig McWilliam, chief executive of Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, has been appointed as the new chair of the Westminster Property Association (WPA).

Views and features on London

  • Half of London office markets tipped for rent falls in 2019

  • 2019 forecast: Gavin Poole (Here East)

  • 2019 forecast: Jace Tyrrell (New West End Co)

  • 2019 forecast: Brian Bickell (Shaftesbury)

  • Prime central London is still the hot ticket

  • London remains safe as houses for Middle East money

  • GLA 'cooking books' on affordable homes

  • Foreign matter: London embassy ownership

  • Tulip could be fitting epilogue to London’s financial role

  • Business – but not as usual – as Brexit crisis deepens

View from Southbank

Half of London office markets tipped for rent falls in 2019


The rental outlook for central London’s office markets in 2019 is decidedly mixed.

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