Our Commercial Property Team combines impressive technical ability with an innate commercial mindedness to produce an ideal service for our property professional. Having acted for a decade on all commercial property matters for one of the country’s most prominent independent agencies, we understand the particularities of the Estate Agent sector in a commercial property context.
We will take the time to understand your priorities and the specific issues affecting your business. We place emphasis on building a strong personal relationship with you so that we can more easily accommodate your style of working.
If you are looking to expand your business either by purchasing or leasing new premises, Attwells will negotiate the best possible terms.
If your business owns its own investment portfolio, we will make sure that you receive a full FRI lease with a clean income stream, every time.
In a competitive market the speed and diligence of your lawyer is key. With Attwells, you can rest assured that no matter what the transaction entails, your lawyers will be proactive in pushing your matter forward to an efficient and satisfactory conclusion. Attwells advise landlords and tenants, large and small, on all types of letting with particular expertise in the property, retail and office sectors.
The Commercial Property Team works closely with all other departments to ensure that you receive a comprehensive and valued service.
Our Commercial Property Team offers expert advice on:
✓ Commercial Leases
✓ Property Investment
✓ Commercial and Residential Estate Management
Recent Examples of our Work include:
Acting for a FTSE100 Company as Tenant on taking a £15m lease in Prime Central London.
Sale of a £12m residential development in North London.
Acting for a major independent Estate Agency:
1) Lease renewals
2) Granting Leases
3) Taking Leases in both high street and shopping centre contexts.
Acting for Landlord on the grant of leases in numerous office blocks in Central London.
Acting for Landlord on the negotiation and completion of a tripartite agreement for surrender, subdivision and grant of two new leases over subdivided parts. Tenants consisted of a major supermarket chain and a well known private bank.ï»¿