Office building in Cardiff sold for £13m

Office building in Cardiff sold for £13m

Delancey, UK-based real estate investment and advisory company, has acquired a Grade A office building in Cardiff for £13 million, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.25 per cent.

The c39,000 sq ft office building in Cardiff is let to a diverse range of occupiers including Monzo Bank, Savills, St James’s Place and Welsh Power and has  a WAULT of 6.6. years.

“We are happy to have secured this asset on behalf of our client. We are confident the acquisition will continue to provide a diverse, resilient income stream that meets with their investment objectives. We look forward to sourcing and securing further attractive investment opportunities on behalf of this mandate,” said John Kehoe, Investment Director of Delancey.

Acquired on behalf of a private client, the asset is a newly refurbished BREEAM Very Good (certified standards) office building is spread across six floors with secure storage for 40 bicycles and a gated parking area for 26 vehicles. 

Located on Kingsway, overlooking Cardiff Castle, the asset has good access to strong transport links with both Cardiff Central Railway station and Cardiff Queen Street station within a ten minute walk. The building benefits from also its close proximity to the Cardiff Castle Quarter, an independent retail destination with a wide range of retail, leisure and f&b offerings.

Avison Young acted on behalf of Delancey’s private client and JLL acted on behalf of the vendor, Ardstone on behalf of CBREG.