London, United Kingdom, December 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- MERJS, a leading London commercial property agency, has sold the long leasehold interest of the self contained ground and lower ground floor accommodation at The Wallpaper Factory 144 Offord Road N1. Acting on behalf of Londonewcastle, the entire ground and lower ground floor offices located in the landmark property development were sold in a shell and core condition. For further information visit www.merjs-agency.co.uk or call +44 20 7079 3976.
The Wallpaper Factory development has earned a great deal of interest as a landmark development on the site of Cole & Son's famous wallpaper factory. The development incorporates a tasteful integration of both commercial and residential properties in a modern, twenty first century design.
"The Wallpaper Factory development is a great addition to the Offord Road area," said Colin Becker, Equity Director for MERJS. "The development is of the highest quality, and we were delighted to have the opportunity to act on behalf of Londonewcastle. Located within zone two, the Highbury and Islington Underground station is less than half a mile away, and over land services run by Silverlink at the Caledonian Rd & Barnsbury Stations are also less than a mile away. It really is an excellent London commercial property location."
MERJS is one of London's leading commercial property agencies, and is actively involved in selling and letting commercial property throughout Central London.
MERJS helps to identify and negotiate the most suitable office space to let for commercial tenants; including serviced office space requirements, refurbished offices in Central London, or a new commercial property development.
MERJS also advises a number of high profile organisations such as property companies, commercial developers, institutions and private commercial property landlords on acquiring and selling commercial investment property for sale. This involves access to a wide range of commercial investment opportunities and a detailed understanding of the Central London commercial property market.