Reubens Expand Prime London Portfolio

David and Simon Reuben have expanded their portfolio of prime central London property by buying Clareville House on the north side of Panton Street in SW1, a report says.

The Evening Standard says that the Reubens have spent around £65m on their latest central London investment.

Clareville House, a grade II listed building with seven floors, contains 35,000 sq ft of multilet office space over The Japan Centre, a Japanese food hall.

The Reuben Brothers have been on what the newspaper call a buying spree over the last couple of years, having acquired a number of prime central London properties. Perhaps most interesting, however, is the fact that their recent investment strategy appears to be focussed on a relatively small area of St James’s.

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Source Evening Standard
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