Land Securities appoints Cushman & Wakefield as joint leasing agents on Zig Zag Building
Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed joint leasing agent alongside Knight Frank on The Zig Zag Building being developed by Land Securities.
The Zig Zag Building, due to be delivered in early 2015, will be one of two buildings to replace the former Kingsgate House on Victoria Street.
Designed by Patrick Lynch, The Zig Zag Building will offer 190,000 sq ft of new office space, with multiple roof terraces. Situated next to Westminster City Hall, The Zig Zag Building and neighbouring Kings Gate residential apartments are the latest developments in Land Securities’ GBP2bn transformation of Victoria, and will join the apartments at Wellington House and landmark commercial buildings 62 Buckingham Gate and 123 Victoria Street.
Andy Tyler, partner, West End agency at Cushman & Wakefield, says: “The Zig Zag Building will be an innovative landmark building with occupiers able to choose their preferred type of cooling system. This USP will have broad appeal to occupiers across a host of different sectors and we are delighted to be on board as leasing agents on behalf of Land Securities.”
Kaela Fenn-Smith, head of leasing at Land Securities, says: “We are very pleased to appoint Cushman & Wakefield alongside Knight Frank. Their invaluable occupier insight and breadth of contacts will help us ensure the success of this landmark building as integral element of the ongoing renaissance of Victoria.”
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