Jewish Chronicle HQ to be recycled into serviced flats

Jewish Chronicle sells building for £8.5m

The Jewish Chronicle has sold its former headquarters at 25-26 Furnival Street near Chancery Lane, in the City of London, for £8.5m. 

The 15,374 sq ft property has been sold to Supercity, which plans to turn it into serviced flats. The Jewish Chronicle moved out last March to a new headquarters on St Albans Lane in Golders Green, north London.

The building (pictured) comprises 12,688 sq ft of vacant offices and the 2,686 sq ft Castle pub, which is let until 2020 with a landlord’s redevelopment break in March 2015.

Hamilton Investment acted for Supercity; BNP Paribas Real Estate acted for the Jewish Chronicle.