We are very pleased to have acquired three further units for Garden Campus Limited (GCL) in Park Royal from Blackrock UK Property Fund.

Following the leasehold acquisition of Rock & Roll in December 2020, the three additional units are opposite and adjacent to the existing complex adding to the Garden Studios innovative and creative production hub.

Unit 1 (6,942 sq ft) and Unit 16 (9,462 sq ft) Townsend Industrial Estate. Both acquired with 15 year leases at £18 per sq ft 

2A/2B (Lock & Key) Waxlow Road, are two units on a 3 acre self-contained site totalling 69,887 sq ft GEA, acquired on a year 15 year FRI lease at headline rent of £17 per sq ft.

Founder and CEO of Arts Alliance, Thomas Hoegh said:The team at Levy have once again delivered as we double in size and build a cluster of production buildings for film and television at Garden Studios. With Jeremy Grundy assisting us we can keep on scaling and now also delighted to have Ian Golbourn and his team do an express fit-out for us. Not an easy task, but they have already been cracking on and made good progress.

Jeremy Grundy, Partner said:Over the past 12 months we have worked closely with GCL team to assemble 160,000 sq ft in 6 adjacent buildings, creating a new media complex close to Central London. With the rise in demand for media content new TV studios are adding a further layer to the highly competitive London urban logistics market”.

Jeremy Grundy completed the acquisition; Ian Golbourn undertook the acquisition survey and Schedule of Condition for Garden Studios. Alex Kington of Altus acted for Blackrock UK Property Fund for disposal of Townsend Industrial Estate. James Miller of JLL acted for Blackrock UK Property Fund for disposal of Lock & Key.