More tenants announced at the Leadenhall Building

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100,000 SQ FT of new lettings at the Leadenhall Building in the City of London have been announced this morning.

The newly-revealed tenants are leading insurer and reinsurer Brit insurance, spanish bank Banco Sabadell, and Edinburgh-based asset management firm Kames Capital.

The companies will between them occupy seven storeys of the Richard Rogers-designed building that is unofficially known as the Cheesegrater.

The 225-metre tall skyscraper in Leadenhall Street is a joint development by British Land and Oxford Properties.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land, said: “We continue to be pleased with the mix of occupiers we are attracting to the Leadenhall building, and our strategy of letting the lower floors first and focusing on the upper floors at completion is playing out well.”

Mike Rayner, Head of Developments at Oxford Properties, said: “We are exceeding our targets in terms of leasing, and are thrilled with the response to the building. We have always believed The Leadenhall Building is a world-class, trophy asset, and the level of interest has certainly reaffirmed that.”

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