Acting for financial technology company WorldRemit, more space has been taken in 62 Buckingham Gate, SW1 following the successful relocation of World Fuel Services into the 8th floor of the building last year.
The 25,000 sq ft acquisition, which will see WorldRemit move its UK headquarters into the building’s second floor, takes 62 Buckingham Gate to 78% let.
Apart from World Fuel Services, 62 Buckingham Gate is already home to businesses including Rolls Royce, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and OMV, and at ground-floor level the building hosts independent cinema chain Curzon, and food outlets Benugo and Leon.
WorldRemit founder and chief executive Ismail Ahmed said: “There is an amazing buzz around Victoria right now, especially among tech companies. 62 Buckingham Gate was the obvious choice for WorldRemit’s new home – it is the jewel in the crown of this increasingly vibrant area.”
Hanover Green advised WorldRemit and World Fuel Services.