1. April 2020

  2. 130 Wood St

    1 April 2020
    A rare city opportunity proves to be just the ticket for overseas buyer
    Found in the heart of the City and a stone’s throw from St Paul’s Cathedral, 130 Wood Street is close to many of the district’s shops, gyms and restaurants. It was this, coupled with the fact that the property is fully let to four tenants including Buzzacott and Louis Capital Markets that made it attractive to its new owners following a £55 million deal by the City investment team. 

    Directly opposite the popular City shopping destination of One New Change, which also houses Madison wine bar and its spectacular views over London, occupiers are not short of places to spend their lunch break (and pay). Nearby neighbours in this renowned financial district include a range of international firms including Investec, London Stock Exchange and Commerzbank.

    The Grade A office building provides a total of 57,976 sq ft of internal space across six floors and there are ample outdoor areas that make the most of the views over St Paul’s Cathedral. Occupiers at 130 Wood Street can enjoy not just one, but two roof terraces alongside a first-floor courtyard terrace. 

    The property was acquired in an off-market deal by a Japanese client of Colliers, with the price representing £950 per sq ft.