Heron Tower reaches lettings landmark

Posted by: Victor Pardis on 3rd May 2013
Four new tenants have agreed to take space in what is currently the Square Mile’s tallest building. Over 100,000 sq ft is now let or under option at the tower since the turn of the year. Pensions company Partnership Assurance, has signed for the building's lowest four storeys of office space. Other new tenants include: Securis Investment Partners, the insurance linked securities managers; Westhouse Securities, the corporate and institutional stockbroking group and Salesforce, the US-headquartered CRM software solutions and cloud computing firm. 

 Gerald Ronson, chief executive of Heron International, said: “We are very pleased to be starting work to make way for our next project in the City of London at the same time as welcoming four further companies to our award-winning office development. "Heron Tower is a very impressive building, but it is also one that makes business sense: sustainable features mean running costs are very low, the design of the office floors maximises daylight and provides an optimum working environment, and its location next to one of London’s main transport hubs puts it in an ideal location for commuting and business travel. There is strong interest in the remaining floors and we look forward to welcoming further tenants soon.” CBRE and Savills are the lettings agents on Heron Tower. 

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