Commercial building in the center of London.
The brick construction with a total area of 1,200 m² is a Grade II listed building, and, currently, consists of a bar-restaurant (basement floor), a retail unit (ground floor), and office premises (1–8 floors).
There is an elevator and air conditioning.
The plot is in ownership (Freehold).
Asset management opportunities:
- Undertake a comprehensive refurbishment of the existing office accommodation;
Planning consent has been obtained for the conversion of the existing commercial accommodation to provide 20 serviced apartments (2–8 floors) and a lounge area with a roof-top terrace.
Offers are invited in excess of £ 6,000,000, subject to contract and exclusive of VAT, for the Freehold interest in the property. This reflects £ 583 per ft² on the existing NIA and £ 458 per ft² on the existing GIA, after purchaser’s costs of 6.6%.
The annual income is £ 65,000 (~ 76,000 €).
The yield is 1%.
The expected yield is 3 – 3.5%.
Currently, the basement floor is fully let. The tenant is a bar-restaurant.
The tenancy agreement has been concluded till 2039.
The remaining 7 floors are vacant.
The property is located in the heart of London, near the City Tower Cluster and 2 underground stations, less than 1 km from St Paul’s Cathedral.
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