Lebedev agrees deal to move Evening Standard to City after 34 years in Kensington

The Alphabeta building, Finsbury Square, London

The Russian owner of the Evening Standard is set to move the London newspaper from Kensington’s Northcliffe House to the Alphabeta Building on the other side of central London in Finsbury Square, Property Week can reveal.

The Evening Standard will be joined in Alphabeta by its stablemate, The Independent, in the move east.

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