rem roberts

Unlike many other cities in the world, London was not built on a planned basis with a clearly defined central business district. The result is a number of different sub-markets arranged in a complicated hierarchy, driven by occupier preferences, a residue of historically important buildings and more recently, the availability of modern buildings with large floor plates.

The choice of available space is variable depending on market conditions, but at any time there is probably upwards of six million square feet to choose from in the West End alone. Allowing for buildings being let in floors, a closer analysis can reveal nearly two thousand units, of available space.

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