Europa Capital and Ediston Real Estate have sold two 1980s office buildings in Bath to UK family property group Carlton (North Wales) for £26.5million.
1980s Pinesgate office buildings in Bath sold with planning consent for £26.5million
‘Unprecedented’ year for Brum offices sees take-up top 1m sq ft
Office take up in the final quarter of 2017 in the central Birmingham office market totalled 354,530 sq ft in 49 deals taking annual take up past 1m sq ft to a record number. The figures were boosted by serviced office giant IWG, formerly Regus, which is taking in excess of 100,000 sq ft in two deals first revealed by CoStar News.
Real estate firm Ediston bullish after game-changer
As seen in the Scotsman, Tuesday 19 December 2017 by Emma Newlands
An Edinburgh property investment firm with various Scottish sites in its portfolio is eyeing growth opportunities after a “game-changing” 2017, according to its founder and chief executive.
Danny O’Neill of Ediston Real Estate told The Scotsman that this looks likely to have been its busiest, best and most profitable year since starting out in 2004.
Ediston Real Estate’s recent equity raise for its listed REIT raises £90 million for its Listed REIT (EPIC plc) and acquires £144 million of retail parks
Ediston Property Investment Company, the UK listed REIT, managed by Ediston Real Estate, has successfully closed its equity raise allowing it to complete the acquisition of four retail parks for £144 million. The Company simultaneously concluded a credit facility from AVIVA Investors for £54.16 million at an ‘all-in’ fixed interest rate of 2.73% per annum. The portfolio acquisition increases the REIT’s gross assets to £340 million.
On your e-bike!
Europa Capital and Ediston Real Estate have launched a unique electric bicycle technology at their refurbished Cathedral Square office campus in Guildford. This technology is the first of its kind to be introduced in the UK by a landlord.
Ediston and Legal & General mark completion of The Lewis Building Flagship office refurb
One of Birmingham’s most well- known landmark buildings, The Lewis Building on Bull Street has been brought back to life following a £20m comprehensive refurbishment to deliver high quality Grade A offices to the market.