Manchester based property investment and development company, Hurstwood Holdings has committed to a further £14 million of commercial property acquisitions in recent weeks as it continues to grow its national portfolio, which is now valued at in excess of £275 million.
Hurstwood Holdings has completed the purchase of six new properties – both industrial and office – nationwide which include:
The buildings were all sold for an undisclosed figure by auction or private treaty. Together provided the funding for each of the purchases.
Stephen Ashworth, Chairman and CEO of Hurstwood Holdings, says: “So far this year, we have acquired 15 new properties with a total investment value of over £35 million. We are always on the lookout for unique opportunities to boost our portfolio from fully occupied buildings to ones where we can capitalise on our in-house team’s expertise and add value. Whilst we are a North West based business, we are significantly increasing our presence nationally with properties in England, Scotland and Wales, spanning from Inverness to Ipswich. We have the experience and skills in house to manage large commercial investments having grown organically over the last 30 years which has helped shape the future of the business. Our focus is to buy property well and use our skills and efficiency of service to provide value and quality of space for our occupiers large and small and for all aspects of commercial uses.”
Hurstwood Holdings currently has a property portfolio comprising 150 sites nationwide housing more than 1,000 occupier clients.