Investing in, developing, occupying and funding real estate assets has never been more complex. The asset class has established its place as a key element of the investment strategies of many of the world’s most significant international corporates and funds who are looking well beyond their domestic borders to fulfil their commercial needs.
Demands for new real estate development around the world, whether commercial, industrial, residential, or infrastructure related have brought a new set of international players to the market.
Our vision is Real Estate Delivered Better. Successful transaction and project execution demands an insightful and innovative approach. We understand the need for joined-up sector specialist advice across all of the disciplines that have to come together on any deal or project.
The team's ‘hands on’ style offers a comprehensive range of end-to-end support throughout the asset life cycle. We are able to deliver and add value across the full range of real estate related transactions including fund establishment, fund raising, M&A, acquisition and disposals, development and regeneration, joint ventures, leasing, real estate finance, restructuring, environment planning and communities, disputes and local law regulatory advice.
Our deep market experience and sector focus gives us an unparalleled understanding of the likely challenges and solutions, to help our clients thrive.
Advising on the acquisition of a number of buildings in Spain
Advising on its major regeneration scheme for Tottenham Hale in London
Eternam and Mata Capital
Advising on the acquisition of a portfolio of 45 French hotels. The deal represents the largest hospitality portfolio transaction in France in 2017
Public Sector Pension Investment Board
Advising on the establishment of a £500 million 'build-to-rent' (BTR) residential property joint venture with Long Harbour to invest in PRS assets
Advising on the sale of the UBS headquarters building in Broadgate to Cheung Kong for £1billion
Advising Oxford Properties on its joint venture with British Land for the development of the 47 storey Leadenhall Building at 122 Leadenhall, London (formerly known as "the Cheesegrater") and the subsequent sale of it to CC Land for £1.15 billion