73 New Bond Street and 12-16 Dering Street, London, is the latest significant addition to Anthony Joshua’s portfolio of properties, purchased through his property investment company, 258 Commercial Investments Limited.


The £25 million property is situated in New Bond Street, London’s premier retail destination. It is let to a strong tenant base and includes hospitality, retail, office and medical uses.  



This unique investment opportunity, sold by Aviva pensions, saw the prime freehold London property come to market for the first time in some years. The property, which is located in the heart of Mayfair, with easy access to some of the city’s most fashionable restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions, is certainly a very smart investment into London’s real estate market and testament to the fact that Anthony Joshua is an astute property investor as well as a world renowned boxing champion.



“This was an exciting and significant transaction, for various reasons. We are privileged to have acted for Anthony and 258 Commercial Investments and congratulate them on their acquisition.” said Zoë Protopapas, Head of Real Estate at Protopapas LLP “We very much enjoyed seamlessly working with Anthony’s team at 258 Commercial Investments, Yeta, Janet, Freddie, Jacob and Dapo, the buyer’s agent, Scott Lister of Michael Elliot, as well as the Sellers’ team, including their solicitors, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. I am, yet again, proud of my team for transacting at top level against a very tight schedule. My team navigated the process diligently ensuring a satisfactory outcome for our clients and, indeed, all parties. As always, our aim is to get things done, performing on time, every time! We wish Anthony and 258 Commercial Investments continued success in their business and further progression into the London property market”



The purchase of this prime property is yet another indication of the continued strength and appeal of London’s real estate market, despite a challenging and shifting economic environment.

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