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Jack Cooper
Jack Cooper
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  • 06th November 2013

Lively take-up for new West End business centre

Landmark Plc. has already concluded deals on or put under offer 50% of its new serviced offices in Mayfair ahead of its official opening in mid-November.

Among the companies to have signed for space at 48 Dover Street are Turkish Bank Halk Yatirim, for its first office location in the UK; fund manager GCP Capital Partners and Joss Search, a specialist recruitment consultancy for the alternative investment sector.

The rapid take-up of space only weeks after launching the two-storey business centre validates Landmark’s decision to venture into the West End of London for the first time.

Landmark Plc, which was established in 2000, has until now chosen iconic City buildings for its high-end serviced office centres. It operates from Heron Tower, Old Broad Street, Lombard Street, Royal Mint Court and Holland House, opposite the Gherkin Piazza.

Richard Gill, managing director of Landmark, comments: “Occupancy across our City sites averages almost 97% and we are confident that this trend will continue through to our West End business centre based on the evidence we have seen to date. The speed and enthusiasm with which businesses have embraced our latest centre are indicative of the level of demand for boutique offices in this location.”

Award-winning interior design company M+A London, alongside Landmark’s facility and IT team, is working to a tight schedule to fit out the 15,329 sq ft of offices within a six-week timeframe. In total, 48 Dover Street can accommodate 220 workstations. Clients will also have access to three meeting rooms and breakout areas, kitchens on both floors, cycle racks and changing facilities.

Search Office Space recently visited Landmark Plc.'s 48 Dover Street site, and felt compelled to take a closer look at productive office design.

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