Serviced office providers, Landmark, have taken three spaces in London’s West End, adding 1,000 desks to their portfolio. The three lettings amount to 85,000 square feet. This takes Landmark’s portfolio to more than 1 million square feet across 44 buildings. 

Landmark took 40,000 square feet of office space at 2 Portman Street, near Marble Arch. The building overlooks Oxford Street and will be opening soon.

The serviced office provider trebled their presence at 33 Cavendish Square, by taking 30,000 square feet of additional office space in the 20-storey office block. The building sits just a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus in Marylebone.  

Lastly, Landmark signed for 15,000 square feet of office space at 40 Bernard Street. This building is on the corner of Russell Square, in Bloomsbury, a short walk to both Euston and King’s Cross train station. 

These three new lettings take Landmark’s office space to over one million square of total office space across the UK. The new deals also amount to a further 1,000 desks added to Landmark’s offerings. The company plans to add a further six buildings by 2019, increasing their portfolio to a total of 50 buildings. 

John Spencer, Chief Executive at Landmark, said: “With 44 buildings, and over 1 million square feet of space across the UK, Landmark is experiencing 15% growth year on year”. 

Landmark was set up in 2000 to provide serviced offices for corporate firms in central London. Today, the company has offices across the UK and recently merged with office provider i2.

Landmark was advised by Lambert Smith Hampton for 2 Portman Street and URSPACE for 40 Bernard Street.