London offices, 10 years after the Lehman collapse

I wonder if any given 10-year period in London’s office market has seen quite as much change as the decade since the Lehman Brothers collapse. Looking west from any lofty position close to Lehman’s Bank Street office in early September 2008, you would see no Walkie Talkies, no Shards, no Scalpels, and no Cheesegraters. You could, however, see a solitary Gherkin foregrounding the BT Tower – and you could even see the Wembley Stadium arch in the distance…on a clear day, if you squinted a bit. You might have even gazed past Centre Point to the West End, and weigh