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New Landsec Lounges are underway at 62 Buckingham Gate and Dashwood House. New Street Square and One New Change will follow.
Via Landsec Annual results for the financial year ended 31 March 2019 landsec.com.
14/05/2019 17:41 by Buildington
Global IT services provider Ciber UK Ltd has taken the remaining 10,700 sq ft at 62 Buckingham Gate on a 10 year lease, making the building fully let, reports Land Securities.
The building, which is also home to the Curzon Cinema, Benugo and Leon, is part of Land Securities’ £2 billion regeneration of Victoria, which has seen the combination of world-class office space, high quality apartments, London’s newest food quarter and improved outdoor space in and around the buildings transform the area into a vibrant destination of choice for forward-thinking businesses.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial at Land Securities, said:
“We are really pleased that Ciber UK Ltd has chosen Victoria for its business location and we welcome them to 62 Buckingham Gate. We are delighted the building is fully let and Ciber adds another dimension to the variety of businesses in the building. This letting marks a significant milestone in our transformation of Victoria and a continuation of the strong momentum experienced in 2015.”
Andy Nicholson, Senior Vice President, Ciber International Client Care, said:
"Ciber looks forward to expanding into our new world-class facility located in the heart of London.”
Knight Frank and JLL advised Land Securities and JLL advised Ciber UK Ltd
20/01/2016 10:16 by Buildington
Italy’s leading investment bank, Mediobanca, will move into the fourth floor of 62 Buckingham Gate, and will join a growing list of finance businesses operating in the heart of Victoria, reports Land Securities.
They will be taking 50,000 sq ft, which means that the building is now 96% let.
In addition, international sport, entertainment and communications group Chime has committed to 25,000 sq ft on the third floor as part of their creation of a Victoria campus.
Today’s announcement follows the news last month that the fast-growing financial technology company WorldRemit had taken 25,000 sq ft at 62 Buckingham Gate, adding to the building’s international occupier mix which includes Rolls Royce and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial at Land Securities, said: “62 Buckingham Gate is playing a significant role in the continued transformation of Victoria which, as these lettings to Chime and Mediobanca demonstrate, is an increasingly attractive destination for both the financial and media sectors. We look forward to welcoming both these businesses to 62 Buckingham Gate.”
Knight Frank and JLL advised Land Securities, CBRE advised Chime and Colliers advised Mediobanca.
30/07/2015 23:15 by Buildington
62 Buckingham Gate is currently 87% let with a further 9% in solicitors’ hands.
Source: Land Securities First Quarter Interim Management Statement 22.07.2015
22/07/2015 11:03 by Buildington
Financial technology company WorldRemit will move its UK headquarters to 25,000 sq ft of space at 62 Buckingham Gate, reports property consultant Hanover Green.
62 Buckingham Gate is now 78% let.
Apart from World Fuel Services, 62 Buckingham Gate is already home to businesses including Rolls Royce, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and OMV, and at ground-floor level the building hosts independent cinema chain Curzon, and food outlets Benugo and Leon.
WorldRemit founder and chief executive Ismail Ahmed said: “There is an amazing buzz around Victoria right now, especially among tech companies. 62 Buckingham Gate was the obvious choice for WorldRemit’s new home – it is the jewel in the crown of this increasingly vibrant area.”
Hanover Green advised WorldRemit and World Fuel Services.
Source: Hanover Green www.hanovergreen.co.uk
02/07/2015 14:34 by Buildington
62 Buckingham Gate is currently 69% let with average rent achieved £71 psf. Retail premises are all trading: Curzon Cinemas, Leon, Benugo and All Bar One.
Land Securities Half-yearly results for the six months ended 30 September 2014 www.landsecurities.com 11.11.2014
11/11/2014 19:37 by Buildington
The international group Kering, which develops luxury and sport & lifestyle brands, is taking 12,000 sq ft at 62 Buckingham Gate on a 15 year lease with a 10 year break, taking the building to 69% let.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Commercial at Land Securities, said:
“Kering is recognised globally not just for its luxury and fashion heritage, but also for its leadership in sustainability and its environmental credentials.
“Kering will join the likes of 3i and Wellington Management International, as well as prestigious luxury fashion brands in Victoria, cementing the area’s reputation as the destination of choice for both the fast-growing, dynamic fashion industry in London and the exacting demand of the financial services sector. Our office buildings in Victoria provide a truly flexible offer that appeal to business leaders across all industries.”
Knight Frank, Cushman & Wakefield and JLL advised Land Securities, Wilson McHardy advised Kering.
Source: Land Securities
26/09/2014 17:27 by Buildington
62 Buckingham Gate in Victoria is currently 65% let with a further 4% in solicitors’ hands.
Source: 2014 First Quarter Interim Management Statement, Land Securities.
19/07/2014 11:12 by Buildington
Land Securities has let 20,643 sq ft at 62 Buckingham Gate on a 10 year lease to OMV Group for their UK headquarters.
OMV, an integrated, international oil and gas business, is Austria’s largest listed industrial company.
In choosing 62 Buckingham Gate, they will join names such as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rolls Royce and World Fuel Services who already occupy space at the Pelli Clarke Pelli designed building.
The building also hosts high-end food outlets Benugo and the ‘naturally fast food’ company Leon. Independent cinema chain Curzon is set to open a five-screen cinema at 62 Buckingham Gate at the start of May, securing the building’s reputation as offering a truly multi-purpose space.
This latest letting means 62 Buckingham Gate is now 63% let.
Since its opening in May 2013, leading international firms have been drawn to 62 Buckingham Gate’s efficient design, natural-light filled spaces and enviable views of London. Known for its striking appearance, informed by tilting panes of glass, the building also houses two landmark art works: a Grayson Perry tapestry from his acclaimed collection The Vanity of Small Differences and Stuart Haygarth’s inspiring ‘Optical’ light installation.
The arrival of OMV will reinforce Victoria’s growing reputation as one of the West End’s most sought after destinations for office, retail and residential space. With excellent transport links and scenic parks, Victoria’s position as a destination neighbourhood is being increasingly bolstered by Land Securities’ £2billion transformation of the area.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Leasing at Land Securities, said: “OMV’s decision to relocate its UK head office to 62 Buckingham Gate is testament to the building’s exceptional office space and increasingly prestigious location. We are delighted to see a variety of leading international businesses recognising the appeal of Victoria, including high growth firms from the oil and gas sector.”
Source: Land Securities
25/03/2014 11:27 by Buildington
62 Buckingham Gate, is currently 57% let with a further 10% in solicitors’ hands.
Source: Land Securities Third Quarter Interim Management Statement 22. January 2014 www.landsecurities.com
22/01/2014 12:26 by Buildington
Rolls Royce Holdings PLC has taken 37,120 sq ft at 62 Buckingham Gate. They will occupy the 7th and part of the 6th floor of the striking Pelli Clarke Pelli designed building, which is now 59% let or in solicitors’ hands.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Leasing at Land Securities, said, “The latest lettings at 62 Buckingham Gate embody Land Securities’ vision for Victoria and show that the bold architecture and efficiently designed office floors have struck a chord with the needs of today’s discerning occupier.”
Jones Lang LaSalle and Knight Frank advised Land Securities. BNP Paribas advised Rolls Royce.
Source: Land Securities
24/09/2013 14:50 by Buildington
Over the last two months Land Securities has agreed further lettings bringing the scheme to 53% let or in solicitors’ hands.
Source: Land Securities First Quarter Interim Management Statement www.landsecurities.com 17.07.2013
17/07/2013 10:26 by Buildington
Land Securities Group PLC (‘Land Securities’) announces its first letting at 62 Buckingham Gate, SW1.
World Fuel Services Europe, Ltd (“World Fuel Services Europe”) has agreed to take 24,364 sq ft (2,263 sq m) on the 8th floor of the new building, taking it to 10% pre-let.
62 Buckingham Gate is the latest new building in Land Securities’ transformation of Victoria. The beautiful Pelli Clarke Pelli designed building encompasses 260,000 sq ft of office accommodation arranged over 11 floors with an additional 15,600 sq ft of retail space. The building, which is now home to one of Grayson Perry’s new tapestries from his highly acclaimed solo exhibition The Vanity of Small Differences, occupies an island site offering excellent natural light and views across the West End.
The transaction follows recent office lettings at 123 Victoria Street to John Lewis plc, Intuit and CPA Global, as well as Jamie Oliver taking retail space at Kings Gate.
Kaela Fenn-Smith, Head of Leasing at Land Securities, said, “We are delighted to welcome World Fuel Services Europe to 62 Buckingham Gate. We continue to see the evolution of Victoria through the diverse tenant mix it is attracting and we look forward to welcoming further tenants in a variety of business sectors to the building.”
Jones Lang LaSalle and Knight Frank advised Land Securities. Hanover Green advised World Fuel Services Europe.
09/05/2013 16:29 by Buildington
62 Buckingham Gate is now 10% in solicitors’ hands and remains on time and within budget for completion in May this year.
Source: Land Securities Third Quarter Interim Management Statement landsecurities.com
23/01/2013 11:20 by Buildington
14/06/2012 00:56 by Buildington
“The two cores at 62 Buckingham Gate are now complete,” reports Tony Cockerill, Project Manager for Sir Robert McAlpine. “We are pouring the concrete for the eleventh floor slab.” Now that it is nearing full-height, the tilting angles of the supporting columns have been drawing lots of bemused stares from passers-by. They hint at the unusual shape of architect Pelli Clarke Pelli’s origami-inspired folding planes that will clad the finished building. “At the start of February we lifted the first glass panels into place in the northwest corner of level one,” continues Tony. “Moving in an anti-clockwise direction, it will take about two weeks to clad each floor.
The complex geometry of the elevations means that many of the glass panels will be unique triangles and parallelograms. But, each unit is numbered so that we know exactly which piece will go where.”
Inside, the blockwork has finished in the main building and is now being painted. NG Bailey, the mechanical and electrical sub-contractor, are installing plant in the basement, including airhandling units, tanks, switch-gear for the electrics, and massive generators with metre-diameter exhausts. They have also started on the vertical piping, ductwork and trays that will carry the services up the building. Main contractor Sir Robert McAlpine made a special presentation to all the workers in January to mark a calendar year with no reportable accidents. “We want everyone going home safe every day,” says Tony. “Hopefully, in May we will reach two full years with no reportable accidents.”
Source: Victoria Spring 2012, Land Securities
06/04/2012 22:32 by Buildington