Category Archives: Office

Blue Marble Sells Birmingham Office Building for in Excess of £3.635m Asking Price

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has sold the long leasehold of a fully let Birmingham city centre office building for a sum in excess of the asking price of £3.635 million. Alongside its joint venture partner Antringham Developments, and acting on behalf of Pemberstone Developments Limited, Tim Matthews, Chief Executive of Birmingham-based real estate

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CRT Property Investments Supports Expansion at Eco Court

CRT Property Investments Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, and its asset manager, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble), have helped a Nottinghamshire manufacturer of road, race and rally wheels expand into new premises. Revolution Wheels International Ltd, already occupies Unit 2 and 3 and has now taken a new five-year

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CRT Property Investments Ltd Secures Lighthouse View for £1.5m

CRT Property Investments Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to supporting former mining towns and villages throughout the UK, has purchased Phase II of Lighthouse View on Spectrum Business Park in Seaham for £1.5m. With the support and advice of Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble), CRT

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Tenant Agrees New Five Year Lease on Rotherham Office

Regeneration Trust, specialist real estate asset management company, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has secured a new lease with the existing tenant of a Rotherham office suite. The un-named tenant took a new five year lease on a 5,150 sq ft office unit at Unit 3b, Phoenix Riverside, Rotherham, S60 1EN, less than two

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Worcester’s Whittington Hall Business Park Fully Let as Global Automotive Supplier Triples Office Space

A global supplier of automotive test systems has more than tripled its Worcester office space, taking the last remaining office suite at Whittington Hall Business Park. Acting on behalf of the Pemberstone Partnership, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) secured a new five year lease on 4,696 sq ft of fully refurbished, grade A, premium

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“Good Value” Commercial Property Investments Harder to Find

The weight of money flowing into commercial property investments is making it increasingly hard for investors to find good value opportunities, but they should not be tempted to overpay, according to Birmingham-based specialist real estate asset management company, Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble). In the latest edition of the Blue Marble Barometer, the quarterly

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Healthy Demand for Hartlepool Gym

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has sold the freehold of a Hartlepool gym for close to the asking price of £1.4 million, representing a net initial yield of just over 3.75%. Acting on behalf of Pemberstone, Tim Matthews, Chief Executive of Birmingham-based real estate asset management company Blue Marble, sold the freehold investment in

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Rotherham Deal Marks £1.5M Investment from Coalfields

CRT Property Investments Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, has announced the £1.5m purchase of Phoenix Riverside in Rotherham. Supported by Blue Marble Asset Management, the purchase comprises the freehold investment of two detached office buildings, one of which is split into two semi detached units, and an additional development site

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Blue Marble Lets Final Floor at Birmingham Office Building and Places it on the Market

Blue Marble Asset Management (Blue Marble) has fully let a Birmingham city centre office building and placed it on the market. Alongside its joint venture partner Antringham Developments, and acting on behalf of Pemberstone Group, Blue Marble has let 3,645 sq ft of office space on the third floor of 63 Church Street, Birmingham, B3

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Spring 2018 Barometer – Fair

There has been no noticeable abatement in investment activity throughout the first five months of 2018 with investors’ appetite to acquire commercial property remaining buoyant, particularly for industrial and city centre offices. Because this appetite to invest does not appear to be impacted (yet) by global, political and economic events, and we forecast that this

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