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Shaftesbury PLC is a real estate investment trust (REIT), which invests in London's West End. The Company owns and manages approximately 16 acres of c.600 buildings. It is a provider of food and beverage space in the West End destinations, such as Chinatown, Kingly Court and Neal's Yard. It offers a range of office sizes. Its residential portfolio consists of mid-market flats, such as studios and approximately one or two-bedroom apartments, which have created from the conversion of small offices back to their residential use. The Company's portfolio consists of restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops, extending to apartments and offices in the locations of Carnaby, Seven Dials and Chinatown, together with ownerships in East and West Covent Garden, Soho and Fitzrovia. Its Websites include www.carnaby.co.uk, www.chinatown.co.uk, www.sevendials.co.uk, www.stmartinscourtyard.co.uk and www.thisissoho.co.uk.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)112.70m
  • Net income in GBP-194.90m
  • Incorporated1986
  • Employees38.00
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