Trinova expands its team with two new hires!

Trinova Real Estate has bolstered its team with two new appointments as it continues to grow the capability of its staff. Rosie Oulton has joined Trinova’s asset management team from CBRE, where she was an associate director within the West End Office Agency team. Prior to joining CBRE in 2012, she was at Savills. The […]

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Futureal teams up with Trinova to acquire its first office asset in the United Kingdom

  Trinova Real Estate has completed the acquisition of the Spectrum Building in Glasgow on behalf of Futureal Group, a leading real estate developer and investor in Central and Eastern Europe. The transaction marks a significant milestone in Futureal’s expansion into Western Europe. Situated in the heart of Glasgow’s central business district on the corner […]

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Trinova completes first acquisition for its US Investment Program

  Trinova Real Estate announced today their first acquisition of its US Investment Program comprising a fully leased 154,000 sq ft office property situated at 400 Commerce Drive in Newark, DE which has been acquired from The Buccini Pollen Group. Jerry Kranzel and Robert Fahey of CBRE Philadelphia represented Buccini/Pollen in the transaction.   The […]

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New owners bring new look to Capital Tower, Cardiff

The new owner of Capital Tower, Cardiff’s tallest office building, is introducing new-look office suites designed to appeal to the growing number of creative and technology businesses being attracted to Cardiff. Trinova Real Estate has fitted out two vacant suites in the iconic 25-storey building in Greyfriars Road with exposed ceilings, vinyl floors and a […]

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Trinova close acquisition of Covent Garden Building for Stars REI, acquired from Aviva

Trinova Real Estate have completed the acquisition of 33 Kingsway, London WC2 from Aviva on behalf of Stars REI. Situated to the east of Covent Garden and opposite the London School of Economics, the property comprises c.60,000 sq ft of office and retail accommodation. Office tenants include American fashion house Michael Kors, Japanese Pharmaceutical company […]

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Trinova Completes Final Merck House Letting

Trinova Real Estate has secured a new lease with Utility Point over the final floor at Merck House less than two months after the acquisition of the building. The letting completed at £18.00 psf, meaning the property is now fully let to tenants including BNY Mellon, Sigma Aldrich, Carphone Warehouse and Mazars. Sam Resouly from […]

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TRINOVA ACQUIRES 160 BOROUGH HIGH STREET FROM W REAL ESTATE ON BEHALF OF STENA REALTY

Investment and asset manager Trinova Real Estate, on behalf of Amsterdam based Stena Realty, has completed the acquisition of 160 Borough High Street, London, from W Real Estate for a net initial yield of 6.45%. The building is held long leasehold from the City of London and is fully occupied by four tenants.   Situated […]

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Trinova acquires Wales’ tallest office building

Trinova have acquired Wales’ tallest office building for £25m. The 25-storey Capital Tower in the centre of Cardiff has been acquired by London-based Trinova Real Estate from Topland for a net initial yield of 7.5%. The 124,375 sq ft building is now 98% let following a multi-million pound refurbishment undertaken by Topland in recent years. […]

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Trinova completes first new letting at Twin Gardens

Trinova Real Estate has secured a new lease with the European Association of Euro-Pharmaceutical Companies (EAEPC) for 226 sqm at 26 Rue des Deux Eglises less than two months after the acquisition of the building. EAEPC is a Brussels-based non-profit organisation representing the licensed European pharmaceutical parallel distribution industry. This marks the start of Trinova’s […]

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Mark Dixon’s Regus: just like WeWork, except that it’s not worth £15bn

Sam Resouly, Partner at Trinova, comments on the impact of WeWork and their current valuation in this article published by the Sunday Times.   https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/eff2e16c-9d7e-11e8-89e6-46fcaabd1aea    

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