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Simon Rutman

Friday, 20 July 2018
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Simon Rutman

Head of Real Estate
simon.rutman@traverssmith.com
+44 (0)20 7295 3379
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Simon joined Travers Smith in 1995.  He became a partner in 2000.  Simon advises on sales, purchases, lettings and development of commercial property.

Examples of his recent work include advising:

  • Amcorp Properties on its joint venture arrangements with Native Land and Grosvenor in relation to the acquisition of Pavilion D Neo Bankside London, its joint venture with Native Land and others in relation to the acquisition and development of 30 Old Burlington Street Mayfair London, its joint venture arrangements with Native Land and others in relation to the acquisition and development of Campden Hill Kensington London, its acquisition of a block of residential apartments at Merchant Square Paddington Basin London and its disposal of 2 office buildings at 40 & 50 Eastbourne Terrace Paddington London
  • ArcelorMittal in relation to the ArcelorMittal Orbit at the Olympic Park London
  • A joint venture between Fimalac and the Hearst Corporation on the acquisition and development of 30 North Colonnade Canary Wharf London and the letting of it to KPMG and Fitch Ratings
  • Jaguar Capital on the disposal of 10 Queen Street Place City London to Tabung Haji for circa £165m
  • M&L Hospitality on the acquisition and development of 2 hotels on the Manchester University campus    
  • McAleer & Rushe in relation to the sale of the W Hotel, Leicester Square London for circa £200m
  • McCarthy & Stone on the sale of numerous ground rent portfolios to institutional buyers 
  • Patron Capital on the acquisition and development of 2 flagship hotels at Westfield´s Stratford City London and its subsequent sale of these, its acquisition of a portfolio of a petrol  stations and  its acquisition and development of numerous care homes in England and its disposal of these to a US REIT
  • Voreda Capital in relation to its joint venture arrangements with Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine for the acquisition and development of a 600 room student accommodation facility at Imperial West White City London and in relation to the acquisition and development  of a research and innovation hub at Imperial West
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