Grosvenor investe in un office building nel centro di Manchester

Grosvenor has completed the freehold acquisition of Canada House a 67,809 sq ft Grade II listed office building on Chepstow Street in the centre of Manchester.

Built in 1909 as a textile packing warehouse, the eight storey building is multi-let to occupiers including Puma, TBWA Worldwide and Historic England and provides occupiers with excellent amenities in an enviable central location.

Following a comprehensive refurbishment by Kinrise in 2017, Canada House is set up to run with a minimal environmental impact. Fit-outs have been completed to a GOLD SKA rating, rainwater is harvested for use in the building with landlord areas already powered by green energy and all landlord controlled waste diverted from landfill.

Grosvenor will work to further improve the amenity offer and operational environmental performance of entire asset through collaboration with tenants and instituting green leases.

GBI’s Investment team, actively manages a c£1 billion UK property portfolio, comprising newly acquired and existing assets and projects outside of its Mayfair and Belgravia holdings. Its focus is on income producing assets where it can enhance their environmental, social and commercial performance and build scale in new markets. This includes the expanding offices portfolio, Grosvenor’s stake in Liverpool ONE and its Strategic Land business.

This is Grosvenor’s fourth regional office investment in six months, having also acquired Toronto Square in Leeds, The Hive in Manchester and 134 Edmund Street in Birmingham.

Source : Company