New Mayfair office 30th September 2013

Landmark, the City of London serviced office provider, is expanding into the West End for the first time. A deal has been signed for two floors at 48 Dover Street, W1, spread over 15,329 sq ft.

Landmark, which was established in 2000, already has five serviced office centres in iconic City buildings: Heron Tower, Old Broad Street, Lombard Street, Royal Mint Court and Holland House, opposite the Gherkin Piazza.

Richard Gill, managing director of Landmark, said: “This is our first centre outside the City and marks the beginning of our ‘West End Group’ which we aim to grow to mirror the success of the City Group. Because of our strong track record, we have been presented with some exciting opportunities and Dover Street meets our criteria for contemporary, boutique offices in a highly accessible location. “The company’s large investment in staff over the last 18 months has resulted in a great team and a strong organisational structure to support growth plans.”

Interior design and fit out company M+A London will create space to accommodate 220 workstations at 48 Dover Street over a six-week fit out ahead of a launch date for the new serviced office centre of November 2013.

48 Dover Street was bought by Crosstree in June this year. It purchased the 51,783 sq ft office, retail and residential block from Royal London Asset Management for £83.5m. The offices are let to Stone Harbor Investment Partners, Soco International and Renshaw Bay, with Landmark taking the last two available floors.

The centre takes Landmark’s total portfolio to 170,329 sq ft and 2,284 workstations in six buildings.