Doesn’t matter. I’m just glad you remembered. Lol.
@Jamiet999 The point is we have a huge database here that’s free and I’d be very surprised if you didn’t have one similar in the UK. Go to referenceUSA.com and you can see what we’re talking about.
Like @Burj74 said LinkedIn is a great resource too, but I wanna say they charge a hefty monthly price as of very recently. I’ll have to double check that so I’m not giving you bad info.
The other thing here in the states is that most things are public record. I can walk into city hall and request a record of any addresses I want and part of that info is Owner of Record.
The other option is calling the business and just asking who the development or management company is for the building. If it’s a business with multiple spaces and one is up for lease they usually have a big sign that says it’s for lease and a phone number. Call the number and they’ll tell you who you’re calling before you even say hello.
In your case, go to the smallest department in the entire office and ask them who is in charge. Information tends to be easier to get in smaller circles. Also, you could try the maintenance or repairs department. Some times they have to subcontract stuff out and somebody has to sign off on it.