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Scottish mutual in £21m Midtown acquisition. The Medical Defence Union of Scotland has bought Bracton House in London’s Midtown for £20.87m. The Scottish independent mutual organisation, advised by Daniel Watney, bought the building from a private Greek investor advised by Blackman Investments. The 23,000 sq ft mixed use building at 34-36 High Holborn, WC1, is let to Shed Media, a subsidiary of Warner Bros, on a 10-year lease. A Japananse ‘yakiniku’ restaurant called Kintan occupies the ground floor. Richard Garner, head of commercial agency at Daniel Watney, said: “London offices remain the best performing asset class in the sector. There’s also a fair degree of value to be had around High Holborn and the growing wealth of media firms taking space in the area presents opportunities for investors seeking quality income streams.”
Property Week, Feb 2015 - View article

Quorum Business Park office sold for £17.5m. Investment fund manager Tritax has sold its 100,353sq ft office building Quorum Business Park in Newcastle for £17.5m, representing a net initial yield of 8.1%. The building, which is occupied by Tesco Bank, was bought by a client of Blackman Investments.
Property Week, July 2014 - View article

UK Commercial Property Trust, a Guernsey closed-ended trust, has sold Bracton House at 34-36 High Holborn in London’s midtown to a Greek-owned offshore company for £9.8m - an initial yield of 8.52%. BNP Paribas Real Estate advised Ignis Asset Management, Investment Manager for the trust; Blackman Investments acted for the buyer.
Property News - View article