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Ogier advises on sale of Templar House, Holborn and 24-27 Eagle Street, Holborn


07 October 2019

Jersey, London

An Ogier team, led by Simon Dinning working alongside Oliver Richardson and Chloe Watson-Hill, has advised long-standing client Northwood Investors on its sale of Templar House, 81-87 High Holborn and 24-27 Eagle Street, Holborn, London to CER Investment Sarl.

This is the latest in a line of UK real estate deals that Ogier has advised on, including the £90 million acquisition of CAA House and the £140 million sale of Lakeside Harbour office campus.

Formerly the home of London Underground Ltd, the 140,000 sq. ft. building will become office space provider Uncommon’s flagship site, providing flexible workspace for over 2,000 people.

Simon Dinning said: "We were very pleased to act once more for Northwood Investors on this major real estate deal. The demand for flexible working spaces is increasing, and we are seeing an increase in these kinds of transactions"

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