Carlyle acquires prime London office for 'Uncommon' brand

Uncommon Liverpool Street

Alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has acquired The Crosspoint building on Liverpool Street from Amsprop for a price believed to be in the region of £43m in an off-market transaction.

The building will to be rebranded ‘Uncommon Liverpool Street’ after the deal and be added to the portfolio of the ‘Uncommon’ flexible office and co-working brand that Carlyle and the Adir Group jointly launched in June last year.

Adjacent to Liverpool Street station, which from 2019 will form part of the new Elizabeth Line, the 41,000 sq ft nine-storey grade-A office building also features two roof terrace gardens and will open later this year.

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