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A Credit Suisse fund is on the verge of buying the Cuprum building in Glasgow for £28m in what would be the biggest office acquisition in the city since the Brexit vote.
Drum Property Group is close to selling an Aberdeen office for £40m in a deal that would eclipse the total investment in the city’s office market for the whole of 2016, Property Week can reveal.
Abstract Securities has completed the largest city centre letting in Scotland since the EU referendum, signing up consultancy firm Mott MacDonald to 34,500 sq ft at its St Vincent Plaza office scheme in Glasgow.
Software firm Freeagent has signed a deal to double its presence at the Edinburgh Quay 1 office scheme.
Steven Newlands has been appointed by CBRE to head up its capital markets business in Scotland.
UK Commercial Property Trust, advised by Standard Life Investments, has secured lease extensions on 169,000 sq ft of space across two assets in Glasgow and Bristol.
Student accommodation provider Student Cribs has almost doubled the size of its portfolio by buying 83 homes in eight UK cities for a total of more than £15m.
McCarthy & Stone has appointed Jonathan Fair as the new managing director and Lorraine Paterson as sales & marketing director for its Scottish office.
The residential market in Edinburgh has reached a pivotal moment. After five years without a coherent housing strategy, the city’s council has finally put forward its long-term housing vision.
The figures for 2016 paint a picture of a buoyant year for the Glasgow office market, but there could be trouble on the horizon.
Business rates are a hot topic all over the UK - but in Scotland the matter is even more pressing.
Cash-strapped public bodies in Scotland are increasingly turning to property in a bid to balance the books.