St Katharine Docks owner makes prime London office letting
The third floor of International House at St Katharine Docks is to be taken up by learning organisation QA.

Max Property Group, which acquired St Katharine Docks for £156.3 million last June, yesterday (April 3rd) announced a pre-let agreement for 30,000 sq ft of recently refurbished prime office space with the company.

The lease for the central London offices will run for ten years at a rate of £37.50 per sq ft. QA has four other premises in the city from which it runs its training operations.

"We are continuing to make significant investments into the improvement of the dock and its surrounding buildings in order to attract further businesses to this unique site, and this agreement is a significant step towards realising our vision," remarked Ben Walford of Max Property Group's investment advisor, Prestbury Investments.

International House is situated close to the Tower of London. Other office buildings at St Katharine Docks include Devon House and Commodity Quay.

The site comprises 450,000 sq ft of office space and 50,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant premises, as well as the only marina in central London, which offers 160 berths.

Posted by John Evans

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