New home for Fortwell

Ryan Fowler

June 16, 2016

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Fortwell Capital has is moving to new long-term office accommodation in prime central London.

Currently based in serviced offices in Hanover Square, Mayfair, Fortwell Capital and its sister business CPC London have secured a 10-year lease on two floors of 39 Sloane Street in the sought-after district of Knightsbridge, SW1, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The new Grade A accommodation, which will serve both as the company’s operations centre and registered office, comprises 3,557 sq ft on the building’s 3rd floor and 3,173 sq ft on the 4th floor yielding a total usable space of 6,730 sq ft.

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Colin Sanders, chief executive officer of Fortwell Capital, said: “Whilst they have served us extremely well this past year, our temporary Serviced Office accommodation in Hanover Square was just that – temporary. We understand the building is to be redeveloped and will keep an interested eye on its progress.

“Our new, flexible premises in Knightsbridge provide the ideal base for a London-centric prime real estate lender such as Fortwell. They grant us operational independence and the opportunity to add our own brand flourishes and personality to long-term accommodation we will be able to call home for years to come.”

Fortwell Capital, which was previously known as Omni Capital Partners, said it will move its operations on Friday, 17 June and will be open for business as usual on Monday, 20 June.