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Wells Fargo Completes Purchase of 33 King William Street from HB Reavis

33 King William Street 

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has completed its purchase of 33 King William Street (formerly known as 33 Central) in the City of London from the international real estate developer HB Reavis. This office development, which the company announced in July 2016, is the first international real estate purchase outside of the United States for Wells Fargo, and it will serve as the company’s London headquarters. 

With construction now complete on the new building, Wells Fargo plans to move approximately 1,200 team members, currently based in four locations across the city, into 33 King William Street during the fourth quarter of 2018. The relocation of Wells Fargo’s London team members will take place in tranches; and to commemorate the company’s rich history, the new building will house a Wells Fargo stagecoach, which will be stationed in the reception area.    

The building is designed by award-winning British architecture practice John Robertson Architects, which worked alongside HB Reavis’ in-house design and technical experts to combine stunning design with modern technical solutions. 33 King William Street has been built to BREEAM Excellent standard and provides 225,000 sq ft of Grade A office space over 11 floors. 

HB Reavis acquired the site in late 2013 and commenced construction in mid-2014. In July 2016, Wells Fargo entered an agreement to purchase 33 King William Street. 

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