London Square Works has completed the sale of commercial space worth almost £50 million at three prime mixed-use developments across the capital.
The company, which was set up last year as the commercial division of developer London Square, is handling office and co-working hubs, gallery space and studios, shops, cafes, food stores, and a community theatre.
In the latest deals, four units totalling 9,000sq ft at the Cally Yard creative business community in north London have been sold to HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust, while publishing company Real Response Media and a property business will also move to the flagship project.
LTS Architects has taken up office space at the London Square Spitalfields scheme, which is set around the Grade II listed Toynbee Hall, while private investors have snapped up three units at a major Canada Water development.
London Square Works said the total value of the deals across the three sites is around £8.15 million.
Adam Lawrence, chief executive at London Square, said: “London Square Works now has a formidable pipeline in place, with well-located sites across the capital. We build destinations of the highest quality to ensure that our developments flourish and become an integral part of the area.
“These latest sales demonstrate the value of creating exceptional commercial space to attract the best businesses that will bring jobs and help boost the local economy.”
A further 132,000sq ft of commercial space is also available at London Square sites in Bermondsey, Staines and Neasden. Click here for more information about London Square Works at https://londonsquareworks.co.uk/