Minerva

Minerva Property was a property investment and development company in the UK. 2015: Acquired in a joint venture by clients of Delancey and Ares Management L.P. in 2011, Minerva was taken private in a public takeover process at which time it held £1.1 billion of high-profile office and residential developments in central London, including The Walbrook and St Botolph Buildings in the City, The Ram Brewery in Wandsworth and The Lancasters in Bayswater, all of which have now been sold. Minerva's remaining portfolio included: The Kensington (www.the-kensington.info), a site with planning consent for a residential redevelopment and new cinema on Kensington High Street; a one million square feet of warehouse space just outside Glasgow; and approximately six acres in central Croydon with significant redevelopment potential.
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Walbrook Building
Cathay Life, the owner of Walbrook Building, is looking to increase their overseas portfolio by up to US$4.72 billion, reports Asia Asset Management. The company has...
17.11.2016
Completion
2011
St Botolph Building
Jardine Lloyd Thompson ("JLT"), the international group of risk specialists and employee benefits consultants, today announces that it will be moving its global...
16.11.2012
Completion
2011
The Lancasters
Over 70% of the 77 homes have been sold. Source: IN London Magazine http://en.calameo.com/read/00038762048177630e38e
08.10.2011
Completion
2011