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London’s Finsbury Square is to see one of its buildings, the landmark Alphabeta, fully refurbished with the intention of offering 220,000 square feet of space to companies in the creative, technology and media sectors.
The office block, also known as Triton Court, will provide A1 restaurant and retail space on the ground and basement floors, while the remainder of the building will cater for TMT companies looking for top-quality space in the centre of London.
Sally Brough, Associate Director at Morgan Pryce, comments, “This is a good move by the owners, Resolution Property: so many media and technology companies have been looking to move to areas like Shoreditch, but it won’t be hard for such companies to see that this particular Central London location, coupled with space designed specifically for their needs, might be worth a second look.”
The company chosen to carry out the refurbishment is housebuilding and construction group Galliford Try, who have seen recent successes with projects throughout the south-east. It is planned that the building’s original features will be retained, while up-to-the-minute facilities will be installed.
Morgan Pryce is a specialist tenant acquisition agent with offices in Oxford Circus and the City. Morgan Pryce specialises in search, negotiation and project management and works exclusively for tenants.