Sony Pictures Entertainment has pre-let 77,200 sq ft of office space at Brunel Building, reports Derwent London.
The property will have seventeen storeys and Sony Pictures will occupy floors 10 to 13, as well as part of floor 9, with an ability to take further space, on a 15-year lease, with a break at year 12.
On completion in the first half of 2019, Brunel Building will total 243,000 sq ft with an exciting external diagrid structure creating generous 3.5m tall largely column-free 17,000 sq ft floorplates. The ground floor will have a spacious canalside reception as well as restaurant/café space, and in addition the building will benefit from two large rooftop terraces. The project will open up new public access to Paddington Basin
and is sited opposite an entrance to the Elizabeth line.
John Burns, Chief Executive of Derwent London, commented:
“We are delighted that Sony Pictures, one of the world’s most dynamic and creative entertainment providers, has chosen Brunel Building as its new London home. We are seeing good interest in the remaining space and are attracting a number of other potential new occupiers to the area which will help
its transformation into one of London’s most vibrant locations.”
CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, and Pilcher Hershman acted for Derwent London.