Facebook To Expand Into London’s King’s Cross Tech Cluster

Facebook will set up shop in London’s King’s Cross tech cluster, reaching an agreement for 90,000 square feet in Regent’s Place, which is currently under development.

Property Week reported on the agreement, saying that fellow social network Twitter is already on board for 18,000 sq. ft. at Regent’s Place.

According to Property Week, Regent’s Place is just down the road from Google’s U.K. headquarters, and the facility’s amenities will include a rooftop swimming pool and running track, a 20,000-sq.-ft. are for bike parking, and a climbing wall between floors.

Property Week said the social network was seeking “overflow” space for its current offices in Covent Garden.

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