Charles Russell Speechlys has advised Derwent London on all of the pre-lettings at the Brunel Building
Charles Russell Speechlys and Mishcon de Reya have worked together to advise Derwent London on all of the pre-lettings of the office space at the Brunel Building which includes the new UK headquarters for Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Premier League, Coach and private equity house Hellman & Friedman.
The landmark Paddington development comprises 243,000 sq ft of office space spread over 16 storeys which is encased in an external structure allowing column free internal areas.
Mishcon de Reya Real Estate Partner Ed Hughes-Power said: "We are pleased to have advised Derwent London on this latest transaction, which marks the completion of the pre-lettings of the entire office space for the Brunel Building. This has been achieved before the completion of the development. The location, largely column-free layout and access to transport links have made the building a popular choice for creative companies looking to relocate. It is a real pleasure and privilege to work alongside the team at Derwent".
Charles Russell Speechlys’ Construction Partner Fiona Edmond commented: “We are delighted to continue to support Derwent London on this project, a landmark development that has attracted a number of prestigious names to take make Paddington their new London base”.
Charles Russell Speechlys’ team was made up of Partner Fiona Edmond and Senior Associate Marie Randall. The Mishcon de Reya team was led by Partner Ed Hughes-Power with assistance from Managing Associate Adrian de Mello.”
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