20/03/2017 - 10:01

London calling for office tenants

20/03/2017 - 10:01

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Office landlord Hawaiian’s refurbishment program at London House has paid dividends, with three new tenants taking space in the 18-level St Georges Terrace building in the past three weeks.

London calling for office tenants
NG Services' office space on level four of London House. Photo: Hawaiian

Office landlord Hawaiian’s refurbishment program at London House has paid dividends, with three new tenants taking space in the 18-level St Georges Terrace building in the past three weeks.

Oil and gas services firm Cape Australia was the latest to take a new lease at London House, signing on for 933 square metres for the next three years

The deal was negotiated by JLL leasing director Mitchell White on behalf of Hawaiian.

Mr White said the city office would complement Cape’s Jandakot and Canning Vale facilities.

In 2015, Hawaiian installed modern end-of-trip and bike storage facilities at London House, while it also upgraded the gymnasium at the building’s mezzanine level, which is available for use by all tenants.

Mr White said those amenities, designed by international architecture group Woods Bagot, were key factors in Cape’s decision to sign on at London House.

The Cape deal followed Oil and Gas Solutions and indigenous construction group NG Services signing on for London House leases late last month.

Oil and Gas Solutions will move from King Street to take up 289sqm for five years, while NG services signed a two-year deal, for a 499sqm, fully fitted-out office space, with both deals brokered by CBRE’s Lachlan Lewis.

Mr Lewis said Hawaiian’s approach was a solid way to attract new tenants in an increasingly competitive leasing market.

“They are one of the busiest landlords working on new lease negotiations right now and what’s important is that the great traction they have continues,” he said.

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