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Avamore and Cogress provide £5.6m loan for Bristol scheme

The funding from Avamore will be used to refinance an existing land bridge. It will also be used to provide over £3m of construction finance to fund the conversion and extension of a 19,600 sq ft site at 515-517 Stockwood Road (pictured above), Brislington, into up to 56 private residential properties. View article

December 8 th, 2017|

Cogress and Octopus Property to fund GBP7.45m, 22-unit South London residential development

Octopus Property has provided a 22-month, GBP5.26 million senior debt facility for the development of 22 one, two & three bed apartments and two additional ground floor commercial units in Norbury, South London. Cogress, the private equity firm for property, has provided an additional GBP1.9 million of equity, bringing the total deal size to GBP7.45 million. View article

November 1 st, 2017|

Cogress UK invested £4.5m to fund luxury London property development

“2017 has been a great year for Cogress, as we’ve now invested in more than 40 projects in the UK with a gross development value of over £800m,” said Tal Orly, founder and CEO of Cogress UK.The success in equity raised underlines the confidence our investors have in us to find exciting investment opportunities. View article

November 6 th, 2017|

Developer vows to turn the Astoria into Brighton ‘Rox’ within two years

Cogress has joined forces with Ktesius, a London baed developer, to bring “vitality to the area” with its seven-storey scheme – to be called the Rox. The scheme approved in January includes 70 one, two, three and four-bedroom flats and a mix of shops, offices, cafés and community space on the ground floor. View article

November 1 st, 2017|

Cogress expands its property development outside London with £1.7m fund

London-based property investment firm Cogress has made an alternative development securing £1.7m to fund a new residential development in Bristol. This development acquires a 19,600 sq-ft site at 515-517 Stockwood Road in Brislington. It will develop, refurbish and convert existing commercial space into 56 private residential units. View article

September 8 th, 2017|

Cogress raises GBP1.7m for first Bristol development

The latest development acquires a 19,600 sq ft site at 515-517 Stockwood Road, Brislington, to develop, refurbish, and convert the existing commercial space into 56 private residential units. The development is Cogress’ first venture with specialist builders, Complete Project Development Ltd, and is expected to last 24 months.  View article

September 8 th, 2017|

£4.5m of equity invested for luxury Chalk Farm development

Cogress has raised £4.5m of equity to fund a luxury development which encompasses 19 high-end apartments and over 10,000 sq-ft of commercial space in Chalk Farm. The development is said to acquire a 27,360 sq-ft site at 4-8a Haverstock Hill and 45-47 Crogsland Road to build part of a four and part five-storey building, with 11,367 sq-ft for commercial space, and 19 flats. View article

August 18 th, 2017|

Cogress UK raises £4.5m to fund luxury London property development

“2017 has been a great year for Cogress, as we’ve now invested in more than 40 projects in the UK with a gross development value of over £800m,” said Tal Orly, founder and CEO of Cogress UK.The success in equity raised underlines the confidence our investors have in us to find exciting investment opportunities. View article

August 18 th, 2017|

Cogress raises £4.5m in equity for luxury Chalk Farm development

The development is directly opposite Chalk Farm Station offering quick and direct access to central London. With a target GDV of £24.65m, this project will contribute to the renewed vitality of this famous London area. View article

August 18 th, 2017|

OakNorth partners with cogress on £22m deal to finance the restoration of Otto Schiff House in Hampstead

Cogress has provided £3.4m of equity towards the restoration of Otto Schiff House in Hampstead. The marketing facility will provide the borrower with a more sustained period of sell down for a restored historic site at 14 Netherhall Gardens which helped 12,000 Jews during WWII. OakNorth has lent a further £22m to Netherhall Gardens Ltd.  View article

October 23 rd, 2017|

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