Aga Khan 'in King's Cross talks' - 2010-06-01
People looking for property to rent in London may be interested in the possibility of a new educational facility at a multi-use development opening in Central London.
According to Property Week, the Aga Khan, the hereditary leader of the largest group of Ismaili followers of the Shia faith, is in talks with King's Cross Central is finalising details for opening an Ismaili studies and cultural affairs centre at one of its premises.
A spokesperson for the project stated that it is discussing potential deals with a number of high-profile clients, but refused to be drawn on any confirmed agreements including for this educational facility.
King's Cross Central involved a regeneration of a 67-acre brownfield site near the London rail interchange and St Pancras, which is the destination for travellers heading to Paris and Brussels via Eurostar.
News of an educational centre possibly being included in a mixed-use development in the centre of the capital may encourage more people to consider looking for property to rent in the London borough of Camden or nearby areas.
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