Chris Nguyen promoted to Head of Lettings with Knight Frank

05 September 2022 1 min. read
More news on

Property consultancy Knight Frank has appointed a new lead for lettings in central London. Chris Nguyen moves over from the firm’s Canary Wharf team, where he was a record negotiator.

Commenting on the news, Regional Partner Jon Reynolds noted, “I am delighted that Chris has been appointed the new head of lettings in King’s Cross. Having grown up in north London and with his extensive experience of new build developments, he is perfectly placed to grow our business in the N1C and Bloomsbury areas.”

Knight Frank is a property advisory which has been helping clients make the most of this developing situation. The firm’s letting wing works with landlords in need of expert advice, supplying rental valuations and property management services, while it supports tenants searching for ideal rental properties in London or across the UK.

Chris Nguyen, Head of Lettings, Knight Frank

Chris Nguyen joined the firm’s Canary Wharf lettings team as a negotiator in 2017. He enjoyed a stellar 2021 for the firm, and broke the record for the most deals agreed in a financial year. Promoted to Associate later that year, he will now take on a new role as Head of Lettings for Knight Frank in its King’s Cross office.

Nguyen stated, “I am excited to be joining a team that holds such a strong market presence in [King’s Cross]. My aim is to further this and I am particularly looking forward to seeing the range of properties that King’s Cross has to offer as well as working with the diverse tenant profiles across a multitude of industries.”

In his new role, Nguyen will run Knight Frank’s lettings office in central London. This will see him tasked with leading the team of negotiators, to build the firm’s market share in the area.

The news follows two other appointments in August. As the property consultancy looks to grow its landlord project management offering, Partner James Orchard joined from CBRE, while Associate Camillo Degregorio arrived from Chestertons.