London Calling: Coros opens new office in the city on the Thames

Starting in November, we opened a branch office in the UK capital. From our new premises in the heart of Soho, our colleagues will manage and promote Coros‘ international activities and expand our network with international investors and potential project partners who are seeking access to the European real estate market via London.

This is an important step for Coros’ internationalisation and growth strategy. We want to expand our international business and our local presence in Europe’s most important real estate markets.

Coros’ new office is located on the historic Kingly street. A wide range of cultural and gastronomic offerings can be found in the immediate vicinity including popular Kingly Court and the retail offerings on Carnaby street. The approximately 1,600 square feet location comprises state-of-the-art fully fitted office space as well as a large roof terrace. Simon Lee from Stage Real Estate sourced the premises off-market for Coros, while the legal team from Osbourne Clarke acted on Coros’ behalf for the lease.

As an international financial centre and emerging tech hub combined with its heritage of culture, arts and education, London is going to be one of Coros’ core markets over the next decade. Despite Brexit, the city remains one of the continent’s most important real estate markets with exciting real estate projects and continues to be a trend and pacesetter for in the real estate industry. With our new presence, we are right at the pulse of new ideas, from which will benefit not only our projects in London locally, but also in the German market. In the area of sustainability, for example, London will set the pace for products in that area across Europe moving forward.

Last but not least, the British capital is a gateway for international investors to the European real estate market. Our office gives us greater access to an international network of key decision-makers and some of the greatest minds in the real estate and finance industry, as well as an incredibly promising pool of young talents.