Mitsui Fudosan UK and development partner Stanhope have made the final retail letting at their City of London scheme Angel Court, which officially completed this week.
Tandoori-style barbecue restaurant, temper, has signed for a 5,000 sq ft unit on a 20-year lease at the 300,000 sq ft building and joins Peruvian restaurant Coya, The Natural Kitchen, and coffee, food and wine company Notes.
The 24-storey building, designed by Fletcher Priest Architects, will account for around 20% of the grade A office space that will be delivered in the City over the course of 2017, with a range of floorplates of up to 27,000 sq ft.
David Camp, chief executive of Stanhope, said: “We are delighted to have completed this landmark building – the first City tower to complete in 2017 – which is a real reflection of the commitment of both Mitsui Fudosan and ourselves to the London office market. We are extremely proud of this exceptional scheme and look forward to welcoming prospective occupiers in the year ahead.”
Eiichiro Onozawa, managing director of Mitsui Fudosan (UK), added: “The exceptional quality of the development we have delivered is demonstrated by the calibre of the food and beverage operators we have secured, which will provide an exciting offer for occupiers at Angel Court and across the City.”
By Richard Williams