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Over 150 West End and City office agents came though the doors of the Cursitor Building today in the building’s official launch to the market. Tours of the building were conducted, after which agents were able to enjoy fantastic food supplied by locals, Pie Minister. The sixth floor also played host to table tennis tables, where […]
160 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 has been acquired by Endurance Land and funds of Angelo, Gordon & Co from UBS. The transaction reflects a price of £61.845m (590/sq ft), a net initial yield of approximately 5.61% on passing rents and a reversionary yield of circa 8%.
On the 23rd March, the third London Hub by Premier Inn was officially opened by Managing Director of Whitbread Hotels & restaurants Paul Flaum. The ceremony was attended by the developers of the site, Endurance Land.
Endurance Land has been shortlisted by a panel of judges, composed of leading experts from the property industry, for “Specialist Company of the Year” category at the 2015 Estates Gazette Awards.
Endurance Land’s founding director, Jonathan Fletcher, has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Property Week Awards for ‘Property Entrepreneur of the Year’. Jonathan says: “In this market, we need to create something out of nothing by being more creative, more commercial and, above all, more entrepreneurial than our competitors.” Jonathan started his career […]
Endurance Land and Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) have completed the development of a new hotel development at 24-26 Minories, London EC3. The scheme is the firstpurpose built Motel One scheme to open in England.
GE Capital Real Estate and Endurance Land have sold the freehold interest in The Lever Building, 85 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1 to Amsprop for £31,600,000 reflecting a net initial yield of 4.04%.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Property Trust and Endurance Land have lodged plans for a circa 100,000 sq ft office refurbishment at the heart of a circa 340,000 sq ft business cluster that is set to reshape Midtown’s Chancery Lane, CoStar News can reveal.
Archaeologists were in a high state of excitement over the find, an extremely rare example of Romano-British classical art. Made of Cotswold limestone and dating from the late 1st or 2nd century AD, the sculpture was found six weeks ago, encased in mud at the bottom of a ditch beside a Roman road near Aldgate station in the City of London.