Maples Teesdale acted for One Elmfield Park Limited (a subsidiary of CLS Holdings plc) in relation to the letting of the entire building at One Elmfield Park, Bromley to a subsidiary of IWG plc, operating under the business brand of Regus.
Maples Teesdale acted for Rockspring Property Investment Managers and BlackRock UK Property Fund on the sale of the TOR office block in Maidenhead town centre for £35m to M&G Investments.
Maples Teesdale advised Ellandi on the sale of Grays Shopping Centre in Thurrock to NewRiver, for a price of £20.2 million, representing a net initial yield of 8.2%.
Maples Teesdale advised UK Commercial Property REIT ("UKCP REIT"), which is managed and advised by Aberdeen Standard Investments, on the acquisition of the White Building in Reading from Boultbee Estates Limited in partnership with a client of CBRE Global Investors, for circa £51 million.
Maples Teesdale advised Rockspring Property Investment Managers LLP (“Rockspring”), a PATRIZIA company, on behalf of UK Value 2 LP on the off-market disposal of Cambridge Research Park, part of Cambridge’s high growth science and tech market, to Royal London Asset Management, acting for The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited, for circa £78 million.
Maples Teesdale acted for City, University of London on the sale of the Bath and Cayton building, which is less than a five minute walk from Old Street Underground Station and has been sold to Rockspring Property Investment Managers for £17.3m.
Maples Teesdale acted for Amsprop on the sale of the freehold of The Crosspoint building to The Carlyle Group for circa £43m.
Maples Teesdale announced the arrival of Rohan Campbell, Real Estate Finance Partner to the team from 1 May 2018.
Specialist real estate firm Maples Teesdale has announced the promotion of a new partner, effective 1 May 2018.
Martin’s Properties Holdings Limited, a leading property investment and development company based in Central London, operating throughout the South of England, has today announced a refinancing deal with Aviva Investors, providing a £40m fixed rate loan expiring in 2028 at a rate of 2.8%.