London Office Market Fails to Revive as Sales Plans Shelved

Elena Martinsgaard
1 min read

Investors in London’s office market have been eagerly anticipating signs of improvement, but recent developments have disappointed. Sales processes for 20 Old Bailey in London’s city and 5 Churchill Place in the docklands district were both shelved this month. This move comes as a blow to those hoping for a price recovery, as it indicates an ongoing struggle in the market. The decision to retract these heavily discounted deals suggests a lack of confidence in the immediate future of the London office market. Investors are left in a state of uncertainty, unsure of what the future holds for property prices in the city's office market.

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