Real Estate

Regent Capital has enabled the funding of over £600M of commercial property, comprising more than a million square feet across office space, city centre hotels, and key distribution hubs. This funding has enabled the development of new properties and renovated existing ones, including listed buildings in city centres and out of town business parks.

Regent Capital’s focus has been predominantly in regeneration areas, including joint ventures with the public sector, with the majority of projects delivered across the north of England and Central Scotland. They have developed and funded renovations of existing city centre buildings, including listed buildings and new build business parks and distribution hubs.

Regent Capital has sensitively renovated a number of listed city centre buildings including the former Lewis’s department store in Liverpool, for a mixed-use scheme, re-branded ‘The Circus’, and a listed building in the centre of Bradford, pre-let to Provident Financial Pic for their new office HQ. In Glasgow Regent Capital funded and developed St Andrew House Sauchiehall, a 210 bed Premier Inn hotel, with ground floor retail.

St Andrew House, Premier Inn Hotel

Premier Inn Buchanan Galleries Hotel and Retail, St Andrew House, Glasgow

Regent Capital forward funded and redeveloped an 89,000 sq. ft. obsolete office tower in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. They converted the offices to deliver a 210 bed hotel pre-let to Premier Inn, together with ground floor retail.

The project was completed on time and on budget.

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Eurocentral M8 Glasgow

Regent Capital raised more than £50,000,000 of private equity for investment to forward fund the development of new distribution warehouses as part of the Eurocentral Partnerships’ regeneration of the West of Scotland’s premier distribution and industrial hub.The project was delivered in close partnership between Regent Capital and Eurocentral Partnerships Ltd, a joint venture between Scottish Enterprise and Morgan Sindall.

More than 19 acres of land was brought back into use for 375,000 sqft of warehouse space which is fully let and creation of an estimated 300 jobs with employers such as Eddie Stobart Ltd, Amazon UK Ltd, Brewdog Plc, Notemachine and Burtonwood Switchgear.

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Department and The Circus, Ranelagh Street, Liverpool

Department and The Circus, Ranelagh Street, Liverpool

Regent Capital Plc funded The Circus and is developing it with joint venture partners, Augur Group in collaboration with Liverpool City Council and Network Rail. The Circus encompasses 400,000 sq. ft. of the Grade II listed Lewis’s Building and its retained iconic façade as well as the surrounding land, to deliver a retail and leisure destination in the heart of the city, in conjunction with the expansion of Liverpool Central Station.

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The Watson Building Liverpool

Regent Capital forward funded the conversion and renovation of the Watson Building, a former department store, which was converted to deliver 75,000 sq. ft. of Grade A, BREEAM “Very Good” modern office space.

The development sits at the hub of a major new focus within Liverpool city centre, forming the gateway to the Knowledge Quarter.

Spectrum Business Park

Spectrum Business Park

253,000 sq. ft. joint venture development with Hillford

Regent Capital Funded and developed 253,000 sq ft of business space at Spectrum Business Park with JV partner Hillford. Spectrum is a high quality office development and business park in County Durham. With corporate, serviced and virtual North East office space, and tenants including Northumbrian Water and Durham County Council.

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Godwin Street, Bradford

Renovation and conversion of listed building

Regent Capital Plc – Godwin Street Bradford. The project is complete and Provident Financial are in occupation. The project comprised the renovation and Conversion of a former Department store to Grade A offices for Provident Financial Group Plc.

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