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First lettings at The Cursitor Building

Endurance Land and Aberdeen Asset Management have completed the first lettings at The Cursitor Building on London’s Chancery Lane. A leading law firm have taken a 10-year lease on the 6,049 sq ft sixth floor at a rent which equates to £72 per sq ft. “Creating a first class work environment with our partners AAM […]

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Endurance Land and Aberdeen Asset Management launch The Cursitor Building

Over 150 West End and City office agents came though the doors of the Cursitor Building today in the building’s official launch to the market. Tours of the building were conducted, after which agents were able to enjoy fantastic food supplied by locals, Pie Minister. The sixth floor also played host to table tennis tables, where […]

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The Cursitor Building becomes Wired Score Platinum Certified

Endurance Land and Aberdeen Asset Management’s, The Cursitor Building, has achieved a Wired Score Certification Platinum, an accolade which appropriately demonstrates the building’s enhanced digital infrastructure. Wired Certification is a commercial real estate rating system that enables landlords to understand, promote and improve their buildings’ connectivity. Wired score measures the aspects of developments and redevelopments that […]

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Jonathan Fletcher – Property Week Awards 2015 ‘Property Entrepreneur of the Year’ Finalist

Endurance Land’s founding director, Jonathan Fletcher, has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Property Week Awards for ‘Property Entrepreneur of the Year’. Jonathan says: “In this market, we need to create something out of nothing by being more creative, more commercial and, above all, more entrepreneurial than our competitors.” Jonathan started his career […]

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Rare Romano-British sculpture unveiled at Museum of London Archaeology

Archaeologists were in a high state of excitement over the find, an extremely rare example of Romano-British classical art. Made of Cotswold limestone and dating from the late 1st or 2nd century AD, the sculpture was found six weeks ago, encased in mud at the bottom of a ditch beside a Roman road near Aldgate station in the City of London.

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