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The Workspace Group (LSE:WKP) is a UK-REIT specialising in providing space to small and medium sized businesses in London, most of them with under 20 employees.

The Workspace Group began in 1987 as London Industrial plc. It went on the London Stock Exchange in 1994. It converted to a REIT January 1, 2007. Harry Platt is chief executive.

The Workspace Group Property Portfolio Includes:

London:

14 Greville St; 57/59 Whitechapel Road; Archer Street; Baldwins Gardens – Hatton Sq; Clerkenwell Workshops; E1 Business Centre (formerly Neil House); Enterprise Estate, Upper Grnd, & Hatfield; Exmouth House; Great Guildford Street; Holywell Centre; Linton House; Magenta House; Quality Court; Southbank House; St Ives – Ewer Street; Surrey House; The Leathermarket; Whitechapel Technology Centre; Atlas Business Centre; Belgravia Workshops; Bounds Green; Highbury Grove/Aberdeen Centre; Leroy House; Mallard Place; Parma House; Quicksilver Place; Spectrum House; The Chocolate Factory; The Ivories; The Wenlock (formerly Wharf Road); 1-13 Stratford; Alpha Business Centre; Bow Enterprise Park; Bow Exchange; Buzzard Creek; Cremer Business Centre; Fairways; Greenheath Business Centre; Highway Business Park; Leyton Business Centre; Leyton Studios; Mare Street Studios; Marshgate Centre; Poplar Business Park; Redbridge Enterprise Centre; Uplands; 55 Bendon Valley; Alscot Road Industrial Estate; Avro & Hewlett Hse; Havelock Terrace; Bendon Valley Riverside; Canterbury Industrial Park; Creekside (Faircharm Trading Estate); Hamilton Road; Homesdale Business Centre; Kennington Park; Kingsmill Business Park;Lombard Business Centre; Mahatma Ghandi; Michael Manley; Morie Street; Parkhall Road; Trading Estate; Pensbury Industrial Estate; Progress Park; Rainbow Industrial Estate; Rudolph Place; Sundial Court; T Marchant; Thurston Road; Tower Bridge Block F Business Complex; Tower Bridge Business Complex; Union Court; Wandsworth Business Village; Zennor Road; 2 Cullen Way; 10 Cullen Way; 28-30 Park Royal Road; 330 Ladbroke Grove; Acton Business Centre; Arches Business Centre; Artesian Close; Artesian Land; Barratt Way Industrial Estate – Harrow; Canalot Studios; Charles House; Chiswick Studios; Enterprise, Hayes; Europa Studios; Grand Union Centre; Horton Road; Ladbroke Hall; Littleton House; Long Island House; Maple Industrial Estate; Pall Mall Deposit; Park Royal Business Centre; Park Royal House; Q West; The Barley Mow Centre; The Light Box; The Shaftesbury Centre; Westbourne Studios; Westwood Business Centre; and Windmill Place.

Outside London:

Clyde House, Maidenhead and Harlow Enterprise Centre, Harlow.

Therefore, The Workspace Group is a Real Estate Investment Trust well-positioned to benefit from economic activity in London. Unfortunately, that's not geographically diversified, and I'm sure that economic hard times hit their customer base even harder than large companies.

Next: Warner Estate Holdings -- owns a lot of property, but has them divided up into six separate funds.

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