Linklaters advises CBRE Global Investors on new Red Bull London Headquarters
- Red Bull signs 11 year lease
- CBRE Global Investors undertook a full-scale refurbishment of listed building to create first class accommodation
- Previous tenants of the space were Facebook, Expedia and King.com
Linklaters has advised CBRE Global Investors on its letting to Red Bull Company Limited (‘Red Bull’) which has taken possession of 37,855 sq ft at Seven Dials Warehouse, 42-56 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, London.
Red Bull has signed an 11-year lease on the property which will become their new London headquarters. The company will occupy the Reception, Part Ground, Mezzanine and Third to Sixth floors.
Following its acquisition of the building in 2014, CBRE Global Investors undertook a full-scale refurbishment of the office element of the listed building to turn it into a highly specified, contemporary office space which is sympathetic to the building’s rich history. Seven Dials Warehouse comprises 40,000 sq ft of prime office space over six floors and has a 3,000 sq ft roof terrace with panoramic views across London.
Andy Bruce, Global Head of Real Estate, Linklaters, said: “We are delighted to have assisted CBRE Global Investors on such a significant refurbishment and letting of a truly iconic building. The demand for top quality office space in core locations in central London continues to grow.”
Linklaters advised CBRE Global Investors on the establishment of its Pan-European Core Fund and advises on all of its investments across Europe.
The Linklaters team was led by Andy Bruce, supported by Robert Tunningley (Construction), Bianca Mawani and Scott Burn (real estate).
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