Two major buildings in London have come on the market and are estimated to fetch approximately £590 million if bought at asking price.
The Aviva Tower and half of the European headquarters of investment bank Goldman Sachs have both been put on the market with the Aviva Tower up for sale for £290 million and the bank on the open market for £300 million.
According to the Evening Standard the premises are expected to raise interest among overseas investors.
Both buildings are estimated to bring in around £18 million in annual rent which will unsurprisingly fuel the talk overseas that office space in London is a haven for property investment and long-term profitability.
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