Wed, 11/07/2018 - 11:13
BrickVest, a London-based online real estate investment platform, has launched Harvest Investment 6 (HV6), which will enable BrickVest members to gain exclusive access to the iconic Royal Liver Building in Liverpool ahead of it being brought to market.
HV6, the latest in BrickVest’s range of single strategy Alternative Investment Funds, is designed to generate a stable income for investors through exposure to the office sector. To launch the offering, BrickVest has partnered with CORESTATE Capital Group, a fully integrated investment manager listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange with approximately EUR22 billion in AUM.
The Royal Liver Building was selected as the single asset of HV6 in response to growing investor demand for income-focused investment opportunities. Indeed, BrickVest’s research among real estate investors shows that demand for this strategy has risen from 36 per cent in Q2 2017 to 41 per cent in Q2 2018.
The Royal Liver Building currently holds an asset value of approximately EUR60 million and is set in a prime location overlooking the River Mersey. It is a Grade I listed building and is located at the Pier Head. Along with the neighbouring Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building, it is one of Liverpool's ‘Three Graces’, which line the city's waterfront.
Emmanuel Lumineau, CEO at BrickVest, commented: “This exclusive offer, which enables investors to gain exposure to the Royal Liver Building, has been launched in response to growing demand from our members for safe haven opportunities that generate income and provide high levels of liquidity at this late stage in the cycle.”
“Two years on from the Brexit vote, our investor sentiment data shows that the UK remains Europe’s most popular commercial property market. Our data also reveals that appetite for low risk, primary assets continues to climb.”
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