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Make Reach for London project completion

King's Reach, an unbuilt mixed-use project designed by Make Architects in 2004 and subsequently awarded planning permission could be granted new life as CIT Group is in talks to buy the tower at it's heart.

The project, set for London's Southwark borough, has been on hold following the crumbling of property tycoon and tower owner Simon Halabi's empire. But the recent announcement springs new hope that Make's designs will be realised.

The project is comprised the renovation of the existing 30-storey office tower, adding four floors, and addition of a cluster of small buildings of up to 12 storeys in height which will create a new public thoroughfare lined with cafes and shops.

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