Recent Transactions Include:
Regent Square House Royal Leamington Spa
ON THE MARKET – Landmark freehold reversionary mixed-use property in the heart of ‘Silicon Spa’s’ gaming cluster. Get in touch for more details.
99-101 London Road, Croydon, London
A Lidl supermarket for a further 26 years within index link reviews with local government offices above, on a Greater London site of 2.77 acres with future redevelopment potential. Griffiths Eccles acquired the asset for a family property company.
Lili Hill House & Lily Hill Court, Bracknell
A freehold south east office investment in a parkland setting let to a serviced office operator. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset for clients of CBRE Investment Management.
Tower Bridge Piazza, London SE1
Freehold landmark London mixed-use investment adjacent to Tower Bridge on a 2.2 acre site. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset for a private investor.
Braywick Gate, Maidenhead
A prime freehold office investment extending to 40,000 sq ft in central Maidenhead. Griffiths Eccles sold the asset on behalf of BP Investment Management.
Eastwood House Chelmsford
Griffiths Eccles acted for abrdn on the purchase, asset management and sale of this freehold office investment extending to 105,000 sq ft on a site of 5.4 acres in central Chelmsford.
Sunlight House, Manchester
One of Manchester’s most iconic offices, the freehold Grade II Listed Sunlight House providing 210,000 sq ft of offices was acquired by Griffiths Eccles on behalf of abrdn as a investment with extensive asset management opportunities.
SPACE, Chertsey Road, Woking
Acting for Royal London Asset Management, Griffiths Eccles acted as site purchase, development and funding consultant in respect of this 85,000 sq ft Grade A office building located in Woking town centre.
10 & 12 Hammersmith Grove, London, W6
Griffiths Eccles introduced and acted as development and investment consultant to abrdn in respect of this landmark and highly successful 275,000 sq ft office development, ultimately sold for in excess of £250 million.