Great Portland signs City tenant

James Ashton
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/20/2013, p41
PROPERTY firm Great Portland Estates scored a major City tenant today as international law firm Bird & Bird agreed to lease the whole of its 12-14 New Fetter Lane scheme, due to be completed in 2015. Bird & Bird will pay an average of £58.80 a square foot, ahead of the average for the Square Mile and allowing GPE to commit to further developments. GPE's shares rose 5.25p to 598.25p.


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