LaSalle Investment Management has announced another letting at Sixty London Wall, the 10-storey office-led development in the City of London, acquired on behalf of The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (‘CalSTRS’).
The most recent letting of 25,000 sq ft on the part 5th floor to Interxion follows the recent news of both AllianceBernstein and Mondrian committing to the building. LaSalle Investment Management took the strategic decision to split the part 5th floor to accommodate this exciting technology business and bring a new occupier type to the building. The letting will enable a smaller occupier of 15,000 sq ft to acquire space within the building on the remaining part floor with stunning views towards the tower cluster and over Finsbury Circus.
Interxion are bringing together different parts of the business and chose 60 London Wall for their new London Headquarters due to its quality, amenity and location in the City.
Sixty London Wall provides spectacular, new Grade A office accommodation over 10 upper floors totalling 328,000 sq ft. The building has been designed with excellence and sustainability in mind and has been awarded a BREEAM ‘outstanding’ rating and targets a 2-star Fitwell rating. The adaptable available office floor plates range from 15,000 sq ft to 40,000 sq ft designed around the crucifix-shaped central core enabling four points of access.
Gary Moore, Fund Manager at LaSalle, said: “We are delighted to have secured a further letting and welcome a Interxion, a data and technology business to Sixty London Wall.”
Sixty London Wall is designed by EPR Architects with March and White the interiors architect. The building was constructed by Skanska on behalf of LaSalle and Citygrove Securities. LaSalle and Citygrove’s advisers include property consultants Gleeds and engineering consultants Mecserve.
Knight Frank & JLL are office leasing agents with Nash Bond & JLL the retail leasing agents.