Thackeray Estates has signed three new office tenants and a handful of retailers at its Eastcheap Estate redevelopment in the City of London.
Three floors have been let in the first finished building, No. 39; and one floor has been let in No. 25.
Midrex UK, which designs and builds iron plants; Ingenhaag, an independent tax adviser; and DRUM Risk, a provider of pre-investment due diligence and risk management, have all taken around 1,000 sq ft of space.
Office rents at the scheme begin at £65/sq ft. Thackeray has also let around 8,500 sq ft of the retail space available, to tenants Joe & The Juice, Black Sheep Coffee, Blacklock, Baygo, Adam and Waka.
The Eastcheap Estate comprises a cluster of listed buildings that have been refurbished into grade-A office space.
Charles Thompson, director at The Thackeray Estate, said: “The Eastcheap Estate is a prime example of our business model, creating attractive mixed-use spaces where people want to live and work.
Colliers, Nash Bond and Strutt & Parker are joint agents on the scheme.
“This scheme has totally transformed this otherwise quiet part of Eastcheap into a new, vibrant and exciting business destination in the heart of the City of London,” said Tim Williams, national partner at Strutt & Parker.
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