City and West End agent, Hurford Salvi Carr has acquired the freehold of 64 Dean Street on behalf of Soho Estates Holdings to be incorporated into their existing portfolio.
Soho Estates is the property company started by the late Paul Raymond. Mr Raymond often said that he would only buy properties that he could walk to, and he could certainly have walked to this property which is on the corner of Bourchier Street and close to the junction with Old Compton Street.
The 1950’s office building totalling 5,150 sq ft is occupied in its entirety by global visual entertainment group, Prime Focus.
Ben Kaye, Commercial and Acquisitions Manager at the West End Branch said: “we brought this to our client’s attention prior to it coming to the market, and moved quickly to dispel competition”
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Paul specialises in development consultancy for new homes across Midtown, Clerkenwell and the City Fringe.He also heads the company’s Marketing Department, including the strategic development of our online, web and social media activities. Paul Joined Hurford Salvi Carr in 1999 and became Partner in 2007.