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Global digital juggernaut Google has taken up even more office space in London as it continues to plan for the opening of its £1 billion headquarters in Kings Cross.
With over 4000 staff now working in the capital, the firm is set to secure another 20,000 sq ft of space at the Central St Giles building where it already has some offices. The new acquisition will be able to accommodate up to 180 new staff members, which will mean that Google’s presence in the city can continue to grow while the Kings Cross development takes shape.
The letting was advised by property agents James Andrew International and CBRE.
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