A private investor has sealed a deal worth Â£16.55 million for offices in London.
Located at 1 Bishopsgate, the offices were previously owned by LV= Asset Management and have undergone significant refurbishment – in the process, gaining a Ska Gold rating.
The property has been sold to the investor – based overseas – fully vacant.
Composed of 27,300 sq ft – spread out over four floors – the building also contains space for restaurant accommodation on the lower ground and ground floors, as well as the mezzanine level.
The 1 Bishopsgate office is also of a grade A standard.
Head of Property Investment Management at LV= Asset Management, Howard Meaney, commented on the sale of the property.
He said: “We opted to take advantage of the strong depth of investment demand that currently exists for prime Central London assets.
“We had a wide range of cash bidders that exceeded our expectations and we are delighted with the result,” Mr Meaney added.
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