Cordea Savills : nel 2013, transazioni per un totale di 1.3 miliardi di euro

Cordea Savills, the international property investment manager, is set to complete approximately 50 transactions this year worth a total of EUR 1.3 billion (GBP 1.1 billion), which is the highest volume of deals that the company has ever achieved in a calendar year.
Cordea Savills has already completed approximately EUR 915 million (GBP 775 million) of transactions and has exclusivity agreements on around EUR 375 million (GBP 317 million) of new assets due to complete before year-end. Acquisitions account for 95% of this total while the remainder is disposals.
Kiran Patel, Chief Investment Officer of Cordea Savills, commented: “It has been an outstanding year for Cordea Savills. The figures demonstrate that we are currently very active in the market having won a number of single mandates from family offices and institutions, highlighting the fact that Cordea Savills is an established player in the core and core-plus space.  “Our turnover rate for 2013 is likely to be 27%.  This momentum will continue into 2014 since we will be starting with over GBP 500 million of spending power.  With further capital raising planned, we anticipate that 2014 will be another significant year for Cordea Savills.
Prominent transactions carried out over the last year by Cordea Savills include:
-The iconic IBM Building backing onto the River Thames in South East London for GBP 120 million on behalf of a private family office
-Acquisitions totalling over GBP 200 million on behalf of the Bishopsgate Long Term Property Unit Trust. Assets include Warwick House in Kensington Village, West London on behalf of an institutional client for GBP 40.1 million; a multi-let office building and retail unit in London’s prestigious Covent Garden area for GBP 32.4 million; a Tesco food store in the Cotswold town of Stroud for GBP 29.22 million; and the North Lincolnshire Shopping Park, Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, for circa GBP 23.5 million.
-The prestigious Vue Cinema in Leicester Square, the heart of London’s tourist and leisure industry for GBP 23.46 million on behalf of an existing client’s bespoke portfolio.
-A logistics property in the Greater Munich Area, a retail centre in Berlin and a Retail Warehouse in Paris on behalf of its European Commercial Fund for EUR 102.7 million.
-29 Clement’s Lane (also known as 33 Lombard Street) in the City of London for GBP 40 million on behalf of a private family office.
-A number of acquisitions for the Prime London Residential Development Fund, including a 1950s residential apartment block in Hereford Square, South Kensington. The Prime London Residential Development Fund has a further three deals under consideration with additional capacity for further investment before the end of its investment period in Q2 2014.
-Three assets in Paris, Glasgow and Berlin for around EUR 50 million on behalf of the Cordea Savills European Retail Fund.
-A portfolio of car showrooms in the prime centres of Chester, Worcester, Harrogate and Solihull for GBP 17.4 million for the Charities Property Fund.
-A portfolio of town centre foodstores on RPI linked leases for GBP 8.0 million on behalf of the UK Income and Growth Fund. The portfolio comprises supermarkets in Brackley, Northamptonshire; Taw Hill, Swindon, Wiltshire; and Bure Park, Bicester, Oxfordshire.
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