and OxfordProperties have secured leasing deals with current tenants for the last threefloors at The LeadenhallBuilding in London.
Thecompany noted that two of the three deals were signed after the EU Referendum.British Land head of offices and residential Tim Roberts said in a statementthat the agreements coming shortly after Brexit showcase "the enduringappeal of London."
KamesCapital currently leases the 26th floor of the building and it recently agreedto an 11-year lease for over 7,000 square feet on the 43rd floor.
MSAmlin, meanwhile, expanded its tenancy at the property also known as TheCheesegrater by occupying the 27th floor, which has 13,000 square feet ofoffice space. The company agreed to lease more than 93,000 square feet in 2013.
RothesayLife also increased its occupancy in the building by taking 11,000 square feetof space at the 25th level. It leases a total of 25,000 square feet in thebuilding across two floors, following the new deal.
The Leadenhall Building comprises 45 floors with 610,000 square feet of space.