Macfarlanes advises Legal & General on sale of Central Saint Giles to Google for $1bn
Central Saint Giles includes 408,000 sq ft of office space and more than 100 residential apartments with restaurants and cafes on the ground floor.
The Macfarlanes team was led by the private equity real estate team including senior counsel Andrew Hughes, senior consultant Robert Porter, senior solicitor Nicole Mitchell and solicitor Emily Chandler. Real estate advice was provided by partner Anthony Burnett-Scott, tax expertise came from senior counsel Kirsten Prichard Jones and financial services advice was provided by senior solicitor Joy Davey.
Andrew Hughes comments: “We are really pleased to have assisted Legal & General on the sale of this prominent central London building, demonstrating confidence in the office sector following the Covid-19 pandemic and reflecting London’s credentials as a tech hub.”