Where London developers are are placing their bets

If proof were needed that London’s creative occupiers are no longer confined to the edgier City fringes, Cushman & Wakefield’s exclusive pipeline research reveals where developers are placing their bets. While the creative meccas of Docklands and Clerkenwell & Shoreditch still look set to lead the way over the next five years, the City core is not far behind as the lines between traditional corporate and up-and-coming creative locations continue to blur


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