A skyscraper in London has become Britain’s most expensive office building after it went on sale for £ 1.8 billion. This is important right now because the epidemic has forced many people to work from home and it is thought that the demand for office may decrease.
The deal for the 37-story 100 Bishopsgate building, located in the heart of the Financial District, which includes law firm Freshfields, Royal Bank of Canada and investment bank Jefferies, is expected to have more than £ 1.3 billion paid for walkie talkie . Made in 2017.
The Sunday Telegraph reported that Canadian wealth management firm Brookfield plans to sell the entire building, which was completed in 2019. The most likely investors are believed to be Far Eastern investors, who have been active in London during the epidemic.
At the same time, vacancies in London have risen 75% over the previous year, which is expected to increase by 100%, but in recent weeks there has been a slow return to rent offices.
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