Tuesday June 2, 2020

BofI Private Banking sells Leeds shopping centre for £136m

European real estate company Hammerson has exchanged contracts to buy The Victoria Quarter in Leeds for £136 million from Kennedy Wilson, on behalf of Bank of Ireland Private Banking.

11th September, 2012
The Victoria Quarter in Leeds.

European real estate company Hammerson has exchanged contracts to buy the Victoria Quarter in Leeds for £136 million from Kennedy Wilson, on behalf of Bank of Ireland Private Banking.

Home to luxury stores such as Harvey Nichols and Louis Vuitton, the 218,000-square feet centre houses 76 stores.

Bank of Ireland owned the Victoria Quarter property on behalf of a number of private investors.

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