Two Kingdom Street
02/12/2013 by Buildington
British Land has completed its first letting at 2 Kingdom Street with the signing of the world's largest privately held vendor of endpoint protection solutions, Kaspersky Lab.

Kaspersky Lab, which is headquartered in Moscow, Russia and operates in almost 200 countries and territories worldwide, has signed a ten year lease and will occupy the 16,626 sq ft first floor of the building.

2 Kingdom Street, which comprises 268,000 sq ft office space, is already home to Astra Zeneca, i2i, Nokia, Rio Tinto and Trend Micro.

It is the first letting completed at Paddington Central following British Land's acquisition of the majority of the 11 acre mixed-use estate in July.

James Danby, Director of London Leasing at British Land, said: "One objective, following our acquisition in July, was to lease up the remaining space in 2 Kingdom Street. This letting means that we now only have 26,000 sq ft remaining on the 2nd floor. We are pleased to have secured Kaspersky Lab at 2 Kingdom Street, and with improving local infrastructure and the regeneration of Paddington as a whole, we are excited about the future attractiveness of the campus."

Savills and CBRE advised British Land and Jones Lang LaSalle advised Kaspersky Lab.

Source: Bristish Land 28. November 2013
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