41 Berkeley Square, W1
Situated on one of the most prominent corner locations in the West End with extensive frontage onto Berkeley Square and Hill Street, this new building replicated the original Listed property. It comprises 16,500 sq ft of office space and was let to Citibank Private Bank. Development finance was provided by Chase Manhattan Bank NA.
3 Stratford Place, W1
This complex 15,000 sq ft office project involved the complete refurbishment of an important Grade II Listed building, which was originally sold to Rolex Watches as their UK headquarters.
24 Southwark Bridge Road, SE1
This 25,000 sq ft comprehensive refurbishment of an office building was funded by Threadneedle Property Fund Managers following the surrender of British Telecom's occupational interest. The whole building was let to Hogg Robinson (Travel) Ltd at above quoting terms for in excess of 10 years. London & Paris received a considerable performance related profit share.
34-36 High Holborn, WC1
A striking new office development located on the north side of High Holborn at the top of Chancery Lane. The scheme, totalling 20,000 sq ft of accommodation was sold to Royal Life Assurance for their own occupation. Funding was provided by Citibank NA.
York House, 23 Kingsway, WC2
This freehold office building of approximately 75,000 sq ft is located on the west side of Kingsway close to the junction with Aldwych. The project involved complex re-construction behind a retained facade and was multi let to a number of corporate occupiers. Finance was provided by Citibank NA.
Parker Tower, Parker Street, WC2
Parker Tower, located on the edge of Covent Garden comprised a comprehensive refurbishment and re-cladding of a 1960's tower to provide 55,000 sq ft of offices which were let to British Telecom. Finance was provided by Citibank NA and the completed investment was sold to a Danish institution.
25-35 Ludgate Hill, Ec4
This extensive freehold site located on the east side of Ludgate Hill through to Carter Lane comprises offices with banking and retail at ground floor level totalling approximately 80,000 sq ft. The largely new-build scheme was completed in a joint venture with Eagle Star Insurance Group.
Sovereign Court, 51 Gillingham Street, SW1
This project involved the conversion of a redundant office building into twelve high quality residential apartments with a retail unit on ground and basement floors. The units were sold to a selection of private purchasers and buy-to-let investors.
Hind Court, Kingston upon Thames
A new office building of 36,000 sq ft built on the main thoroughfare from Central London into Kingston Town centre. Finance was provided by Citibank NA and the building was occupied by the global optics company Bausch and Lomb, as their UK headquarters.
Pennine House, Bond Court, Leeds
This scheme involved the re-cladding and refurbishment of a 45,000 sq ft city centre office building completed in phases working around three existing office tenants. The ground floor and basement were reconfigured for A3 use and let to the Greenalls Group for their Henry's Cafe Bar operation. The scheme was financed with Citibank NA and sold to an institutional investor.