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The old building - entrance to the Terry Farrell designed 36 Queen Street in 2011.

The old building - entrance to the Terry Farrell designed 36 Queen Street in 2011.

29 October 2011
36 Queen Street in 2011, before the redevelopment.

36 Queen Street in 2011, before the redevelopment.

29 Oct 2011
Screen capture of 36 Queen Street development website at www.36queenstreet.com in May 2013

Screen capture of 36 Queen Street development website at www.36queenstreet.com in May 2013

16. May 2013

36 Queen Street

Address:
36 Queen Street, London EC4R 1HJ
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
2013
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Description of 36 Queen Street

36 Queen Street is an office building in the City of London EC4.

History

2018 - M&G Real Estate acquires 36 Queen Street, EC4 for £55m, reflecting a net initial yield of 4% and a capital value of £1,180 per sq ft. The freehold building provides 46,609 sq ft of office and ancillary accommodation. The property is multi-let to seven tenants at a passing rent of £2.37m per annum reflecting £50.83 per sq ft overall.

2013 - The building is comprehensively refurbished. Development managed by London & Oriental on behalf of a wholly owned subsidiary of Lai Sun Development Company Limited, Hong Kong.

The old building was designed by Terry Farrell.

References:
1. City Investment Watch 15 August 2018; Savills savills.co.uk

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