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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