Allsop completes on sale of Aldgate office for £26m

Leading property consultancy Allsop, acting jointly alongside Anton Page, has completed on the sale of the freehold of a Grade A workspace in Aldgate, central London, on behalf of Maurice Investments for £26 million. Acquired by Meadow Partners, the price is equivalent to approximately £960 per sq ft and a net initial yield of 5%.

Wool + Tailor, 10-12 Alie Street E1, comprises 27,158 sq ft of Grade A office and ancillary accommodation over nine floors. It is within a three-minute walk of Aldgate station and a 15-minute walk of six further train and underground stations, including Whitechapel which is on the newly opened Elizabeth line, and is multi-let to five tenants. Maurice Investments had initially acquired the building in an off-market deal advised by Allsop, which also went on to conclude a successful leasing campaign alongside Anton Page.

Wool + Tailor was redeveloped in 2019 to include two additional floors and a new façade, with BREEAM “very good” and EPC A and B ratings. It features an eco-friendly biodiverse roof, cycle racks to accommodate up to 36 bikes, and a WiredScore Gold certification with fibre optic internet. Wool + Tailor further benefits from outstanding natural light throughout, which is enhanced by floor-to-ceiling heights of up to 3.3 metres, and a 7th floor communal business lounge with dual aspect terraces offering panoramic views of the City and beyond.

Allsop and Anton Page jointly represented Maurice Investments on the sale. Cushman & Wakefield advised Meadow Partners.

Matthew Millman, Partner at Allsop, said: “The sale of Wool + Tailor concludes a highly successful business plan for our client where we advised on the off-market acquisition, letting, then disposal of what has become one of the finest buildings in Aldgate. Wool + Tailor satisfies the requirements of the modern investor and occupier for ‘best in class’ office space with strong ESG credentials, excellent connectivity and plentiful nearby cafes, bars and restaurants.”