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To meet recent expansion needs, Zoopla, the property and house search and prices website, is to move to a 14,591 sq. ft. office in the newly built Harlequin Building, 65 Southwark Street, London, SE1.

DeVono Cresa Property advised Zoopla on their office search and negotiations for the second and third floor space within the Harlequin building. 

Luke Philpott, Director of DeVono Cresa comments: “It is always exciting to represent leading brands and fast expanding technology based companies. The fact that Zoopla also work within the property sector and required an office space to reflect their brand and staff ideals, made this a particularly enjoyable project for the DeVono Cresa team. With the building that we found and the occupier friendly leasing terms we agreed on their behalf, Zoopla are now in a position for the next phase of their growth in becoming the leading residential web based property portal.”  

The leasing terms remain confidential.

To meet recent expansion needs, Zoopla, the property and house search and prices website, is to move to a 14 591 sq. ft. office in the newly built Harlequin Building, 65 Southward Street, London, SE1.
DeVono Cresa Property, which holds the record for having acquired the highest numbers of offices for companies in London for the past six years, advised Zoopla on their office search and negotiations for the second and third floor space within the Harlequin building. 
DeVono Cresa Property Director Luke Philpott commented: “It is always exciting to represent leading brands and fast expanding technology based companies. The fact that Zoopla also work within the property sector and required an office space to reflect their brand and staff ideals, made this a particularly enjoyable project for the DeVono Cresa team. With the building that we found and the occupier friendly leasing terms we agreed on their behalf, Zoopla are now in a position for the next phase of their growth in becoming the leading residential web based property portal.  
The leasing terms remain confidential 

 

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