Reasons to be Post-Brexit Cheerful 1, 2, 12…

Despite a lacklustre Q2 London office market in the run up to EU referendum vote, the July deals have come thick and fast this week as the market shakes off the blues. Deals concluded this week have included these 12:

Wells Fargo, the US bank, has bought the under construction 227,000 sq ft 33 Central office development in London, EC4 for its own occupation as its new London HQ.

The Government Property Unit has signed for 400,000 sq ft of deals at 20 Cabot Square, London, E14 for a host of public sector bodies including 150,000 sq ft for regulator OFGEM.

Derwent London has pre-let 84,600 sq ft in four deals at its 185,000 sq ft refurbishment of The White Chapel Building E1. Incoming tenants include Reddie & Grose, Perkins & Will, The Shipowners’ Club and Unruly Media.

Exterion Media, the advertising agency, is taking the 2,323 sq m (25,000 sq ft) seventh floor of the newly-completed 84 Theobalds Road office scheme, London, WC1

David Game Tutorial College take the 60,000 sq ft 31 Jewry Street, London, EC3.

University College London take 23,000 sq ft at 1 St Martin’s Le Grand, EC1.

Kames Capital and MS Amlin take expansion space at the Leadenhall Building.

Public Lab, a DIY environmental science community, is due to sign for 15,000 sq ft at Aldgate Tower, London, E1.

Further details of these and many more upcoming relocations are available to Metropolis subscribers at

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