Agency moves in with Google as it opens third London office

Getting to the top of the Google search rankings is the ultimate aim for any company looking to boost publicity, but how about actually moving in with the search engine?

Central London estate agent Kay & Co has opened its third office, taking up residence on the ground floor of the Google building in Kings Cross.

The new office operates across Kings Cross and Bloomsbury and will offer sales and lettings for those looking to purchase, rent or invest in the surrounding area.

Headed up by Charlotte Legge-Beale, and Jack Bateman, the pair bring a wealth of experience and expert knowledge of the local area.

After graduating with a BA hons in Business & Management, Legge-Beale joined the team at Kay & Co as part of their client services department in 2013 and will now head up sales in the new office.

Bateman joined Kay & Co in 2014 after graduating with a BA hons in Business & Management and Accounting in Finance and will be heading up the lettings department.

The Kings Cross office is the third to be operated by the family-run firm, which also a presence in Bayswater and Marylebone.

Martin Bikhit, managing director of Kay & Co, said: “We are delighted to open our third office in Kings Cross. This exciting new launch fits in with our plans to open new offices in under-serviced areas with excellent growth potential and marks an exciting time for Kay & Co as we undergo growth and expansion.

“The new office will enable us to service the pipeline of new build homes being developed by The Kings Cross Partnership and assist Google employees who are looking to rent in Kings Cross and further afield.”

L-R Jack Bateman, Sarah Bikhit, Samuel Bikhit, Charlotte Legge Beale and Martin Bikhit outside the new Kay & Co office in Kings Cross

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  1. Bless You

    Love the sign and frontage…good work!


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