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Nido Spitalfields - View from Bishopsgate

Nido Spitalfields - View from Bishopsgate

May 2011

Nido Spitalfields

Address:
9 Frying Pan Alley, London E1 7AS
Type:
Residential
Completion:
2008
Viewed:
15966

Description of Nido Spitalfields

Nido Spitalfields is the tallest student accommodation in the world with jaw dropping views of London.

34-storey Nido Spitalfields opened to students in September 2010 and is the largest student accommodation building in the world (Jones Lang LaSalle, 2012).

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News & Comments: (2)

Buildington
2012/07/18 23:19

Acting on behalf of US Private Equity giant, Blackstone, Jones Lang LaSalle's Student Housing and Capital Markets Group has advised on the disposal of the Nido Student Accommodation platform for £415m to Round Hill Capital.

The deal represents the largest transaction ever in the UK student accommodation market and highlights the continued interest in the direct-let component of the sector from equity investors and debt providers. M&G has provided the senior debt whilst US hedge fund, Och-Ziff, have provided the mezzanine finance.

The portfolio consists of 2,521 student bedrooms across three central London assets namely; Nido King’s Cross, Nido Spitalfields Nido Notting Hill. The accommodation is very highly specified and is extremely popular with international students – www.nidostudentliving.com.

King’s Cross was the first of the three assets to be developed and fully opened in September 2008. The scheme was built on the site of the former Natwest towers.

Spitalfields opened to students in September 2010 and is the largest student accommodation building in the world, standing at 34 storeys tall, located in the City of London. The development has catalysed the regeneration of the wider Spitalfields market area.

Source: Jones Lang LaSalle www.joneslanglasalle.co.uk

Buildington
2011/08/17 09:01

The Independent went inside the building -

Students swipe electronic key cards to access the building from a glazed glass atrium with views of an open courtyard, where young people sit sipping drink. On the top floor is a fitness suite and spacious entertainment area called the Sky Lounge, with panoramic views of the City. All flats have a single bed, a desk with internet connection, a toilet, a shower cubicle and a kitchenette.

Prices range from £340 a week for a self-contained, single-bed studio at Spitalfields to £690 for a large apartment. A shared twin room can bring the cost down to £195 per person per week.

Read more: Parents splash the cash for ultimate student pads http://www.independent.co.uk/student/student-life/accommodation/parents-splash-the-cash-for-ultimate-student-pads-2338041.html

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