Roebuck AM buys Glasgow asset with Korean partner

esure Equinox Building Glasgow

Roebuck Asset Management and an undisclosed South Korean institutional investor have acquired The Equinox office building in Glasgow for around £33m, at a yield of just under 6%.

The 67,851 sq ft building in the heart of Glasgow’s central business district, which is let to eSure for another 12 years, was sold by funds managed by Amundi Real Estate.

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