LXM Group will relocate its UK headquarters from Belgravia to state of the art high specification office space at 48 Pall Mall. The new offices, enjoying an entire floor of the building, will house LXM’s London headquarters and serve as a central hub for LXM’s affiliates in New York and Athens.
LXM Group is pleased to announce it has retained Fifth Element Design to oversee the design and fit-out process. The design firm has an impressive portfolio of projects ranging from corporate headquarters to residential and hotel developments.
Matthew Mavridoglou, Chief Executive Officer at LXM Group said: “Since its establishment in 2010 LXM has enjoyed tremendous growth. We are delighted to announce this move – it strengthens our commitment to sustained growth as a firm underpinned by our provision of superior services that achieve our clients’ aims. Furthermore, we are confident that Fifth Element can create a space that reinforces the firm’s aesthetic and work practices.”
Staci Perkins-Surla and Christina Logothetis, Founders at Fifth Element said: “LXM’s new headquarters have been designed to highlight the ethos of the company and reflect its dynamic and forward-thinking strategic approach. Our design is a re-interpretation of the way a finance company should look and we have placed a real focus on ergonomics and aesthetics in order to enhance productivity and well-being. We are confident that the end result will add a subtle but powerful competitive edge to their growing business.”
The move is set to commence in June of this year. LXM Group will be the first tenant in the 32,000 sq ft office block at 48 Pall Mall that is managed by Real Estate Management Ltd. (“REM”). The aforementioned company also counts the Shard, The News Building at London Bridge Quarter and Park House in London’s West End as properties in its portfolio.
Following completion of the move, LXM Group will have one of the most modern facilities from which to conduct its activities and leverage its unique strengths on behalf of clients. The firm has agreed a 10-year lease, underscoring its commitment to its growing operations in London.