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We are an international investment and asset management company with a diverse portfolio of commercial property throughout the UK, Europe, Japan and Australia.
Our head office is at Hay's Galleria, near London Bridge, overlooking the River Thames and the City of London.
We employ around 45 people globally, of which over two-thirds is based in the UK.
St Martins was established in 1924 and has grown into one of the world’s leading property companies with a global portfolio of c. 20 prime assets.
St Martins owns close to 800,000 sq m of property worldwide.
We have a diverse range of assets, but which mostly provide office, retail and residential accommodation. Current focus is on sizeable, core commercial property asset in major cities.
Our investment policy is focused on identifying sizeable trophy assets in mature markets which offer the scope for excellent long term returns on investment and offering a stable income return, with a key focus on office properties for additional acquisitions.
St Martins is the real estate arm of the State of Kuwait.
St Martins has a mandate from the State of Kuwait to identify and develop opportunities to invest in international real estate. This is undertaken on an opportunistic basis, assessing an asset’s future potential and long term returns on investment.
Yes, the prestigious London Bridge City development on the banks of the River Thames, containing over 93,000 sq m of office, retail, leisure and residential accommodation. In 2008 we acquired the iconic Willis Building in the City of London, and completed the prestigious 150 Cheapside office development, adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral. In December 2011 St Martins acquired 60 Threadneedle Street, a prime property a stone's throw from the Bank of England in the City of London. In February 2012 the freehold headquarter property of Slaughter & May at 1 Bunhill Row in the City of London was acquired.
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