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|| Savills Middle Eastern investor acquired property in London for $52 million

savills-nobuA Middle Eastern investor and a client of real estate advisor Savills has acquired a mixed use freehold property in London for almost $52 million.

The freehold building which accommodates a Nobu Restaurant, comprises two adjoining properties totaling 40,201 sq ft with office, retail and restaurant space. The annual rental income is $2.65 million.

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