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LondonMetric has brought an office building in the City of London at One Carter Lane to the market at around £130m — reflecting a yield of 4.5%.
AXA Real Estate Investment Managers has completed the acquisition of the former Harper Collins headquarters in Hammersmith from Nordea Property Investment UK.
The industrial developer will begin work on a new design-and-build logistics warehouse for international retailer Carrefour in Torrejón, Spain.
Segro has reported a drop in the vacancy rate across its portfolio from 8.3% to 6.2% in the three months to September.
Rabobank Group has regeared a 139,000 sq ft lease at CBRE Global Investors’ Thames Court in the City of London.
When you think of Soho, you inevitably think of Soho Estates, but it shares ownership of the bulk of one of London’s most ‘bizarre, funny little villages’ with another estate… owned by the King of Soho Paul Raymond’s son, Howard. Liz Hamson met him.
Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent has announced he will step down from his role at the supermarket giant.
Luxury property agent Christie’s International Real Estate is extending into the Middle East for the first time, launching in the United Arab Emirates.
DTZ has appointed Grant Walford as chief operating officer for its global occupier services business in EMEA.
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Welcome to the sixth CPD (continuing professional development) module on regulatory reform – this week, we will look at Legionella control, in association with Metro Safety Group. This module will be live on propertyweek.com for a six-week period from 19 September-31 October.
Wow. MIPIM UK got off to a feisty start on Wednesday, didn’t it? And not because of a controversial statement by one of the speakers… simply because a controversial character was there!
Property Week Podcast presenter James Max was this month joined by Abstract Securities founder Mark Glatman and Steve Norris, former transport minister and Soho Estates chairman.