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Google Discusses Move to KingΓÇÖs Cross Office Space

Google Discusses Move to KingΓÇÖs Cross Office Space

According to a report in SaturdayΓÇÖs Telegraph, internet giant Google are considering a deal for 700,000 sq. ft. of grade A office space at the new KingΓÇÖs Cross Central development.

Currently operating out of two separate offices in Victoria, believed to comprise of just over 121,000 sq. ft. of office space, the possible move and expansion by Google would represent a significant commitment by the US company to its activity in Central London.

In the TelegraphΓÇÖs article it is reported that discussions over this move have been taking place and progressing at MIPIM ΓÇô the global property conference which took place in Cannes last week.

Should Google choose to relocate to the Kings Cross offices, it would represent a major boost for the 8m sq. ft. scheme and most likely act a beacon for other large scale occupiers currently exploring the market.

As well as delivering a significant amount of grade A office space to Central London, KingΓÇÖs Cross Central will also provide retail units, residential accommodation and a brand-new postcode for what is billed as ΓÇ£A new piece of the cityΓÇ¥. The new postcode will be N1C and the first retail and office units should be ready for occupation in Autumn 2011.

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