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News Corp Signs Lease For New Home In Central London

Posted at 8:40AM Tuesday 07 Jan 2014

News Corp has signed a 30-year lease for The Place, the 430,000 sq ft office building that forms part of London Bridge Quarter – a new mixed development that includes The Shard, Western Europe's tallest building.

HarperCollins UK CEO Charlie Redmayne said: "We're delighted to be signing the lease today as it brings us one step closer to the move. Everyone at HarperCollins is excited about the fantastic opportunity this will provide for greater collaboration with News Corp colleagues, as well as the chance to design a bespoke space that puts creativity and innovation at the heart of our publishing."

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