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Real Estate acts for Fetter Lane Limited on the purchase of 15 Fetter Lane, London for £92.6 million

Posted on 24 May 2019

Real Estate acted for Fetter Lane Limited (established to purchase the property – the underlying client being Esas Holdings A.S, based in Turkey) on the purchase of 15 Fetter Lane, a multi-let office building in the City of London, for £92.6 million.

The purchase was conditional on the discharge of a planning condition. In addition to the purchase, Mishcon acted for the client on the property elements of the financing of the property (for circa £55.6m) between exchange and completion on 18 April 2019.

The purchase was led by Real Estate Partners Anju Suneja, Nick Doffman, Jonathan Legg and Managing Associate Giovanni Castronovo, with assistance from Managing Associate Phoebe McLarty and Associates Roisin Hogan, Oliver Neasham, Katie Hughes and Jade Duggan.

For more information please see the Property Week article here
 

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