We have completed numerous investment transactions within the prime luxury thoroughfare of Old and New Bond Street, Mayfair.
These include 23, 24, 29 and 31 Old Bond Street, 10/10a, 66/67 and 172 New Bond Street, stores for Joseph, DKNY, Rolex, Leviev, Breguet and Harry Winston.
We identified and negotiated the purchase of 31 Old Burlington Street, Mayfair for the British Fashion Designer of the Year (2001) Julien Macdonald OBE, awarded in June 2006 for services to fashion.
Our first significant investment acquisition in “Bond Street” on behalf of NFU Pension Fund. The property maintains the position of the best performing asset within the portfolio.
We have since completed numerous investment transactions within the prime thoroughfare of Old and New Bond Street, Mayfair.
These include 29, 31, 10/10a and 172 New Bond Street and stores for Joseph, MaxMara and Harry Winston.
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Two luxury retail clients are now proud owners of their buildings. One is situated in 100% prime Bond Street and the other within Village London. Both buildings were secured in confidential negotiations with the former owners.
Richemont sensitively transformed Bourdon House in Mayfair to create the House of Dunhill. We acquired this stunning landmark building to create the global showcase home for the Alfred Dunhill brand.
The strategy of Chopard included the acquisition of a property asset in London to accommodate the showroom and offices.
Given the challenges of securing freehold buildings in Mayfair we scoped locations for the elusive property not held by the landed estates. A 5,000 sq ft building was acquired within the “De Walden Estate” in Welbeck Street; now the House of Chopard in London.