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Sotheby’s International Realty sets up HQ in ‘ultimate’ prime central London office

Sotheby’s International Realty sets up HQ in ‘ultimate’ prime central London office

Property company Sotheby’s International Realty has opened a new office in upmarket Belgravia as it continues to expand.

The new two-floor base, which will serve as the firm’s London headquarters, is located at 77-79 Ebury Street and means the property business is now located in the heart of the capital’s ‘golden postcodes’, an area covering Belgravia, Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge and Mayfair.

The UK arm of the international propery firm was established in 1998 as part of the historic Sotheby’s auction house brand, the company sells and lets homes across London with a particular focus on key prime central London areas for wealthy clients both domestically and internationally.

Following the move into its new headquarters, Simon Tollit, Sales Director of United Kingdom Sotheby’s International Realty, said: “We have an opportunity to grow the business into one of London’s leading residential estate agencies and our new office in Belgravia is another positive step in our expansion programme.

“Belgravia is home to some of London’s most beautiful and most expensive properties, it therefore seemed natural for us to have a presence here as our team deals with London’s most premium homes.

“Belgravia is a favourite amongst buyers and tenants alike, making the area a safe investment and property here a premium asset for the foreseeable future.”

Interest in London’s prime central properties is expected to remain buoyant despite fears that Brexit uncertainty will drive down demand, as a weak pound continues to attract international buyers looking for a bargain.


Source: https://bdaily.co.uk/environment/05-08-2016/sothebys-international-realty-sets-up-hq-in-ultimate-prime-central-london-office/




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