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Hammersmith's town centre office building 10 Hammersmith Grove is now almost full.

Development Securities say they have let a floor and a half to Accor Hotels with more signings to be announced soon.

This means a move west for Accor UK Business & Leisure Hotels Limited, which owns a number of hotel brands including Novotel, Sofitel and Mercure. It will move from its existing HQ at 245 Hammersmith Road following the end of its lease.

It is the second office letting at 10 Hammersmith Grove following the announcement in February that media company, UKTV had taken two floors. DevSec say the whole of 10 Hammersmith Grove is now let or under offer.

Forward-funded by the SWIP Property Trust, part of Aberdeen Asset Management, for £50 million, 10 Hammersmith Grove is the first of two office buildings in the centre of Hammersmith, next to the underground station.

It includes Grade A office space and three restaurant units at ground level, two now occupied by Bill's and Byron's.

Construction of the second building, 12 Hammersmith Grove, started in April 2014 and is due to complete early in 2016.

Julian Barwick, Executive Director, Development Securities says: "We are very pleased with the progress we are making at 10 Hammersmith Grove which offers by far the best office space in Hammersmith and which is establishing itself as a significant new commercial destination for West London."

July 11, 2014