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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Google invests in King’s Cross site for new London HQ

Google UK has bought a 2.4 acre site at the new King’s Cross Central development to build its new headquarters building. Work on the new Google HQ, which will be built above retail units, is expected to start towards the end of this year.

Staff will move from Google’s current premises in Victoria and Holborn during 2016.

The building project will be managed by Argent (King’s Cross) Ltd on behalf of Google and the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership.

David Partridge, Director at Argent (King’s Cross) Ltd, said “It is a great privilege to take forward what we believe is London’s largest office requirement in recent years. The team led by Nick Searl have done a brilliant job to get this over the line and are very excited by the opportunity to design and build a world class, sustainable HQ for one of the world’s leading companies. This is clearly a major step in delivering our vision for King’s Cross and will provide a catalyst for developing the next phase of this unique 67 acre central London location, which will create around 35,000 jobs and deliver over 1,900 new homes.”

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