Addleshaw Goddard advises Mount Avril on £200m partnership with asset manager
Addleshaw Goddard has advised Mount Anvil, a central London specialist residential property developer, on a £200m partnership with global alternative asset manager Ares Management in order to purchase new sites and build more homes in central London.
The Pears Family has participated in the refinancing of certain of the existing Mount Anvil facilities.
Founded in 1991, Mount Anvil is an owner-managed business that develops high-quality homes in central London. Mount Anvil has built approximately 5,000 London homes, and since 2010 Mount Anvil and Ares Management have partnered on 10 residential projects throughout central London, including Lexicon and The Eagle on City Road (EC1), as well as The Filaments in Wandsworth (SW18).
The Addleshaw Goddard team was led by Mike Hinchliffe and Simon Wood and also included banking specialists Dave Wilson and Jo Chesher.
Linklaters advised Ares Management.
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