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Real Estate Finance

Our Real Estate Finance practice is focused on the financing and refinancing of the sale, purchase and development of real estate assets of all types. We have a particularly strong track record advising on operating asset deals, including hotels, care homes, student accommodation, ground rent portfolios and the private rental sector.

Notable deals and highlights

  • We acted for Allianz in a landmark £400m loan to refinance five central London offices, being 14-17 Great Marlborough Street, Ferguson House, Greater London House, 1 Welbeck Street and 50-51 Pall Mall. 
  • The London, Dublin and Frankfurt finance and real estate teams advised on the acquisition funding of Allianz House in Dublin, acquired for circa €50m with €19m of senior debt provided to a German based Alternative Investment Fund by our client, a Canadian life insurance company.
  • Residential developer client, Index Invest ABA trusted us to advise on a USD 255m facilities agreement that involved involved Sweden, Canada, the US and the UK.
  • We advised on a £111 million loan to a student residential developer with the loan earmarked to fund the construction of new accommodation for 800 students in Sheffield, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • We completed the £68m refinancing of Regent Arcade House, a Grade II listed landmark building on Argyll Street in the heart of London's West End boasting over 65,000 square feet of prime office space was provided as collateral for a £33m term loan to a BVI subsidiary of two family trusts.
  • We advised on numerous senior investment and development financing facilities secured over properties in England, Scotland and in mainland Europe, for one of the leading German specialist pfandbriefe banks.
  • We advised on loan facilities made available by a specialist real estate debt fund as lender to a hotel group in relation to the acquisition and re-positioning of the Four Points Hotel in Brussels, drawing on the expertise of our colleagues in London, Brussels and Amsterdam.
  • We advised on loan facilities of £57m made available by a US life insurer for the acquisition by a UK based investment manager of four recently constructed student accommodation buildings by way of a share and asset acquisition.
  • We advised on loan facilities of €55m to a Luxembourg fund by an international bank to finance the acquisition of five office buildings in Luxembourg.

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