Aldgate Developments have unveiled plans for a new project that will see the construction of 317,000 sq ft of office space in London.
Having already raised around Â£80 million – a figure which will cover the main construction costs – the developer has put a completion date on the Aldgate Tower project for the final quarter of 2013.
The building – which will consist of 17-storeys – will, once constructed, provide Grade A office space in the capital.
Development Manager for the project, Christopher Hamp, commented on the plans for the project.
He said: “Aldgate Tower is the first phase of our plans to lead the way in redeveloping an exciting and well-connected new commercial quarter in Aldgate.
“Construction is to commence in Q1 with 317,000 sq ft of new Grade A space ready for occupation by Q4 2013,” he added.
Mr Hamp went on to continue: “We are building Aldgate Tower into a very tight office supply pipeline in 2013 in a market that has very underlying lease demand.”
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