Kings Cross office space round up

Kingscrossforecourt Couple of bits of PR surfaced in the last few days on prospective tenants in the Kings Cross Central or railway lands site North of the station.  Always good to see international businesses talking about moving to Kings Cross. As ever it's a long term game but hopefully we'll see the University of Arts students this Autumn.

The Eurostar is important but so is the coming CrossRail and improved links out to Heathrow and the City – as we wrote when the route was announced Kings Cross sits handily between the two if you go one stop to Farringdon and change when Crossrail is running.

The Sunday Telegraph reports that Google may be in talks to take a major lump of space – 700,000 square feet.  This would be a big upshift for Google in London.  I've been to their Victoria offices many times – whilst they aren't exactly packed in there they have nothing like this space.  This isn't a done deal so has to be treated with a big pinch of salt as we saw with Sainsbury HQ not moving.

Pictures have emerged BNP Paribas Real Estate building on the site they bought last year.  The pic look s a bit like a bad close up from Sim CIty will see if i can get any better.

If you come to this post looking for Kings cross office space then this site is handy.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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