Allies and Morrison and Woods Bagot's 100 Bishopsgate - exterior view
Developer wants tenant in place first
The developer behind Allies & Morrison’s 100 Bishopsgate tower in the City of London has put building work on hold while it searches for an anchor tenant.
The practice has teamed up with Woods Bagot for work on the 37 storey tower which is being developed by a joint venture of Great Portland Estates and Canadian developer and contractor Brookfield.
In a statement accompanying its annual results today (Wednesday), the developer said enabling works will be completed in July but added: “Construction of the building will only be commenced once a suitable pre-let has been entered into and discussions with a number of potential occupiers are on-going.”
The designs for the tower were unveiled by the pair, collaborating as AMWB, after Woods Bagot was brought in to work on the original Allies & Morrison scheme, at the Mipim property show in France earlier this year.
25 July 2012
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