Affinity Global Real Estate Makes a Move On MayfairPosted on 6th August 2016
Affinity GRE Moves to New Brook Street Offices.
Affinity Global Real Estate, the land and urban regeneration and development specialist, has moved its rapidly expanding team to Mayfair, London’s property heartland. The company’s new prestigious offices in Brook Street place Affinity within easy reach of its large partner network and provides capacity to attract new, entrepreneurial talent to the team. Affinity GRE has been building a head of steam over the past few months with the acquisition of several landmark sites and a slew of new appointments to its team.
Robert Whitton, Affinity GRE’s Chief Executive Officer, said:
“As we execute our business plan we need to attract new talent and new partners. We already work with most of the UK’s leading property and finance companies, but our new offices will go a long way towards attracting new talent. Affinity is now located in prime London and situated in the very heart of the UK’s real-estate industry.
“We have a well-defined vision and culture, so it was extremely important to me to find a headquarters for the group that reflected who are and what we stand for. This building is ideal, not only due to its location but because it still retains a very clubby feel providing an ideal environment to meet and discuss deals, finance and business with our associates.”
41-43 Brook Street was formerly the home of Barclays Wealth, but its most famous previous incarnation was as The Guards Club. The cap badges of the country’s most prestigious regiments still adorn the original Victorian railings to the front of the building.
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Founded in 2012 by Robert Whitton, a proven real-estate business leader, Affinity GRE operates across the real estate development value chain, applying tried and tested value-adding strategies in London and the UK’s other metropolitan centres. Affinity GRE also operates in selected European urban centres through its Global Developments subsidiary, targeting areas where demographic pressure demands both impact investing and the specific expertise Affinity can bring to bear.