The Shard is over 70 per cent let to tenants including Al Jazeera and Robert Half UK (Source: Getty)
The developers behind the Shard skyscraper at London Bridge have secured another letting after poaching fintech firm Sapphire Systems from the City.
The global software solutions firm has agreed to take 15,700 square feet of office space on level nine of the tower, City A.M. can reveal. It is understood to be paying in the region of £65 per sq ft.
The highest rent achieved so far in the building has been for the entire 26th floor of the 72-floor building, which was let to German-listed IT company Leonteq Securities for over £90 per sq ft.
London Bridge, Borough and the Southbank have become popular hubs for tech firms seeking more affordable rents and better transport links into and…