Leading ad men eye South Bank move

Thu 18 April 2013, 10:57 am

Ogilvy & Mather is considering a move from Canary Wharf to Sea Containers House on the South Bank, according to reports.

The advertising giant is close to agreeing heads of terms for the move, which would see it occupy 200,000 sq feet of office space at the building from 2016, Property Week reported.

It said Deerbrook Group, asset manager for Sea Containers House owner Archlane, was redeveloping the building to provide 300,000 sq feet of office space.



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