Our Funds

GCAP 2

The second fund was launched in April 2017 and to date has purchased 3 assets with a combined value of over £45m. GCAP 2 has successfully raised £25m from 49 investors.

Objectives & Strategy

GCAP acquires and manages commercial properties in the UK’s key regional cities. The management team seeks to purchase relatively low risk assets which provide a combination of sustainable income plus asset management upside.

The fund in numbers

49

Investors

£25m

Equity Raised

3

Assets Acquired

Properties Acquired

Empire House, Glasgow

Why did we buy it?

Empire House is a substantial mixed use block situated in a prime position within Glasgow City Centre. Opportunities exist to re-gear leases together with the potential to add further space to the upper floors.

Asset Management.

Alongside architects 3D Reid a scheme has been produced for a full refurbishment of the building as shown overlaying the photo.

London Road Retail Park, Southend

Why did we buy it?

High yielding retail park on a 5.2 acre site fronting London Road. The occupiers are trading well off affordable rents providing strong lease regear opportunities.

Asset Management.

In discussions with all 3 tenants with a view to improving the income profile.

Princess House, Shrewsbury

Why did we buy it?

Substantial mixed use block in a prime position within the town, let for a further 10 years off relatively low rents.

Asset Management.

Opportunity to enhance the income profile, plus to explore higher value alternative uses above the retail.

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