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Straight on for Zig Zag

14 January 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970

In the latest of new tenants for the prestigious Zig Zag Building in Victoria, Land Securities has let the fifth floor to moneycorp.

The 10-year income lease to moneycorp, the foreign exchange and international payments specialist, will see it take 23,000sqft at the building and relocate from its existing headquarters in Knightsbridge.

Land Securities sees this as the latest endorsement of its Victoria property and that it further emphasises the area as a thriving business destination for the financial sector.

The deal follows quickly on from the decision to move to the Zig Zag by global headhunter Egon Zehnder which is moving from a traditional Mayfair location to Nova, Victoria and Deutsche Bank that recently decided to relocate its Asset Management and Private Wealth Management divisions to be closer to its clients.

Designed by Patrick Lynch, the building totals 188,000sqft of office space over 11 office floors. Ground level is host to modern tapas bar Iberica and Jamie’s Italian, both with al fresco seating as well as other leisure and recreational facilities.

Picture: The Zig Zag Building in Victoria is almost fully let following the decision by moneycorp to move there


Article written by Robin Snow | Published 14 January 2016


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