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Clearbell Capital redevelops Kodak’s original European headquarters
Clearbell Property Partners III, a fund managed by Clearbell Capital, has completed the redevelopment and subsequent refinancing of The Kodak, 65 Kingsway in London.
The grade II-listed building was built in 1911 for Kodak and was London’s first purpose-built, open-plan office block with an ancillary lab and photographic rooms. The building is composed of 70,000 square feet of grade A office accommodation over eight stories.
Celebrating many period features in Kodak’s original European headquarters, the building benefits from a new reception entrance positioned on Keeley Street and now faces the West End’s main shopping and entertainment hub. The Kodak also provides a communal roof terrace with views across London.
It has been transformed to create a fully electric office in the heart of Covent Garden. The redevelopment is due to earn a series of ESG accreditations, including BREEAM Excellent, WELL Gold, WiredScore Platinum and EPC B.
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