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Deal finalists revealed in Scottish Property Awards



Six property deals have been selected as finalists in the Scottish Property Awards deal of the year category.

The contenders selected by the judging panel include deals in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

They were selected on a range of measures including complexity, risk, value and size.

Scottish Business Insider is the media partner of the awards.

The deals are:

Candleriggs Square, Glasgow
Deal Team: Drum Property Group, The Student Hotel, Dougray Smith, Brodies & Dentons
Legal & General UK Build to Rent, Buchanan Wharf, Glasgow
Deal Team: Drum Property Group, Legal and General Investment Management, JLL, Savills, Brodies & Pinsent Masons

CityPark1, Aberdeen
Deal Team: HFD Property Group (via SPV), Wood, LCN, GVA, Cushman & Wakefield, Pinsent Masons & Brodies

JP Morgan Chase European Technology Hub, Glasgow
Deal Team: Osborne + Co, Scotsbridge Holdings, Savills & DLA Piper

Frasers Department Store, 146 Princes Street, Edinburgh
Deal Team: Parabola, Diageo, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Dickson Minto & Morton Fraser
4-8 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh
Deal Team: Aberdeen Standard Investments, Savills, CBRE, Peveril Securities, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang & Addleshaw Goddard
Judging panel chair Fiona Morton, said: “Real estate in Scotland continues to go from strength to strength and the quality of the sector’s activity has been seen clearly in the entries we have reviewed.

“I would like to extend my thanks to our independent judging panel who have debated the merits of all the entries in this year’s competition and the deals in the highly coveted deal of the year category.

“Congratulations to all the finalists who have progressed in this, the 7th annual Scottish Property Awards.”
The 2020 winner will be announced at the awards dinner to be held in Edinburgh next month and six major transactions have made the final cut:
The awards dinner takes place on Thursday 20 February at Edinburgh’s EICC.

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The evening will be hosted by comedian and broadcaster Des Clarke and sports broadcaster Eilidh Barbour.



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