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|| Qatar investors of Alduwaliya acquired Birmingham One Eleven Edmund for $29 million

birm.jpgIt is not just London, New York or Paris where Qatari investors of Alduwaliya consider investing in, as they did back in 2015 and 2016. Now they are even investing in places like Birmingham with ticket sizes as low as $30 million.

Qatar investors of Alduwaliya Asset Management has acquired One Eleven Edmund Street in Birmingham in a $29 million deal. This is their first UK purchase outside London. According to research by DubaiBeat, in their past purchases in NYC, London and Paris their purchase price was above $100 million.

To see listing and email addresses of investors from Qatar similar to Alduwaliya Group, check the Middle East Investors Directory.

More details follows from Birmingham Post



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