Mercari sets new record at Farringdon’s Record Hall
18 July 2017
Mobile marketplace app, Mercari, has taken space for its new London HQ at The Record Hall in Farringdon and set a new rental high for the location. Farebrother were letting agents.
Take-up spikes in London’s Midtown but market remains hard to read
18 July 2017
In the second quarter of 2017, office take-up in London’s Midtown market rose by 30% quarter-on-quarter.
Helical agrees second letting at 25 Charterhouse Square
24 May 2017
Helical has agreed its second letting at its recently completed 38,355 sq ft development at 25 Charterhouse Square, London EC1 to Peakon, a leading analytics and employee engagement software provider.
Farebrother appoints head of rating
23 May 2017
Leading London Midtown property consultancy, Farebrother CORFAC International, has appointed David McCausland as Head of Rating.
London’s Midtown office market makes strong start to 2017
9 May 2017
The take-up of office space in London’s Midtown spiked sharply in the first quarter of 2017. The amount of space let in Q1 was up 58% year-on-year as take-up totalled 681,164 sq ft.
New City office for top planning consultancy
5 May 2017
Planning consultancy, Indigo, is consolidating its London offices into 5,300 sq ft of space at Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street EC4.
Unveiling of the Memorial to Freemasons awarded the Victoria Cross during WW1
26 April 2017
For almost three years, Andrew Glover, Farebrother, has been involved in a project to mark the centenary of the First World War and to commemorate the Freemasons who were awarded the Victoria Cross (VC) for their actions during the war. The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest military award of the United Kingdom honours system. It is awarded for valour "in the face of the enemy" to members of the British armed forces.
Farebrother proptech JV creates first ‘robot agent’
1 April 2017
A groundbreaking proptech joint venture between leading Midtown agent, Farebrother, and Californian biotech company, SELUJ, has created property’s first ‘robot agent’...
DAMIT tops Midtown take-up
24 March 2017
Midtown is changing. Technology, media and telecommunications companies are now the largest occupier by sector, having increased their presence by 29% over the past eight years.
Smithfield Market’s regeneration
8 March 2017
Plans for the total demolition of the western market buildings were thrown out by the government in 2008, which also stepped in again in 2014 to halt Henderson Global Investors’ proposals for a £160m office and retail redevelopment behind retained façades. Years of uncertainty surrounding the future of such a large site has put the brakes on spin-off development that would normally accompany major redevelopment. Especially as the site is a chicken drumstick’s throw away from Farringdon’s nascent Crossrail station.