Old Tree Court, Plymouth

The property is a contemporary Grade A office building constructed in 2006, with a total area of 62,093 sq. ft. The basement level offers 29 car spaces as an added convenience. The structure comprises seven floors, with office spaces featuring full access raised floors, suspended ceilings with specialized office lighting, and air conditioning throughout. Located on the eastern side of the city center, facing the coast, Old Tree Court boasts a highly desirable location in a bustling and popular mixed-use area.

Plymouth is experiencing significant growth in its residential sector, with a projected population increase of 3.13% between 2017 and 2022. The local council has launched a program that has allocated £115.4 million to build 5,000 new homes over the next five years, indicating a solid commitment to meeting the growing demand for housing in the area.

Plymouth University, located a short walk from the property in question, is a prominent institution that hosts 23,155 students and employs 1,335 staff members.

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Aquila House Feltham

Aquila House, a residential building with 19,116 sq. ft. of space, was converted from an office building built in 1998. It features 52 studio apartments across four floors and has an approximate site area of 0.82 acres. The ground floor has 75 parking spaces.

Located in Feltham, a sizable town in West London, Aquila House is just 10 minutes on foot from Heathrow Terminal 4 underground station and a 55-minute ride from Green Park Street Station. It is 13 miles from Charing Cross.


Becketts House and Caxton Place

167 units freehold residential buildings with a total build area of 54,102 sq. ft.

Becketts House and Caxton Place are 167 units freehold residential buildings, with an average unit size of 332 sq. ft., built on a total area of 54,102 sq. ft.

The buildings are located in Ilford, East London. Extending over a plot of 0.71 acres, the buildings were originally built in 1993 as office buildings and were converted into residential buildings (under a Permitted Development scheme).

EEH Ventures, led by its founder and CEO Eitan Eldar, completed the Becketts House and Caxton Place project in July of 2020.

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Grand Arcade Shopping Center

Grand Arcade Shopping Center

A retail park of 439,138 sq. ft, divided into a retail section, a storage area, and an additional 899 parking spaces

The property is located in Wigan Greater Manchester. Grand Arcade includes a purpose-built retail warehouse scheme, constructed in 1995, and providing accommodation arranged in two terraces with additional pods in the car park. Planning permission has been granted for a further pod development in the car park.

Rail services are available either from Wigan North Western or Wigan Wallgate railway stations, which are both located a short distance to the south of the town center, off Wallgate.

EEH Ventures, led by its founder and CEO Eitan Eldar, completed the Grand Arcade Shopping Center project in April of 2021.

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Eitan Eldar - Aviator Park

Aviator Park

A high-quality business park, comprised of 2 office buildings totaling 100,000 sq ft

Aviator Park is a high-quality business park developed by P&Q Estates in 2002, comprised of 2 office buildings, Aviator One and Aviator Two.

Aviator One provides a modern multi-let office building, overground, first and second floors totaling 65,509 sq ft (NIA) providing 225 secured car parking spaces. The Property sits within an approximate site area of 3.02 acres.

Aviator Two was converted into a residential building under a Permitted Development Scheme (PD). The building provides 102 studio units of a total of 35,005 sq ft (NIA) overground, first and second floors, and 127 secure car parking spaces. The Property sits within an approximate site area of 1.93 acres.

EEH Ventures, led by its founder and CEO Eitan Eldar, completed the Aviator Park project in November of 2020.

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Eitan Eldar - IssueWire

Eitan Eldar on IssueWire: UK’s New Real Estate Boom

Eitan Eldar, the founder and CEO of EEH Ventures, was recently interviewed for a press release published by IssueWire. During the interview, Eldar said: “In my opinion, at this stage, there is no fear of a real estate bubble forming. The rise in prices is due to government reliefs that encourage the purchase of properties up to £600,000. Many citizens are taking the opportunity to make a purchase on more favorable terms than before. Although, the apartment market for properties valued at over £1million is still slow and challenging”.

Eitan Eldar - Two Fifty One

Two Fifty-One

Brand new stunning 41 story residential development

Two Fifty-One is a new stunning 41- story residential development Located in Southwark, East London, just next to Elephant & Castle station.

EEH Ventures, led by its founder and CEO Eitan Eldar, purchased 49 apartments out of 330 in the development. The portfolio consisted of a mixture of 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, as well as 9 parking spaces.

The Property is comfortably situated in Southwark Bridge Road, at the heart of the uprising Southwark, just 3 minutes walking from the Elephant & Castle Underground station.

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