The two-year development loan will support Atlas through the planning, development and long-term asset management of Signet House.
Stephen Martin, property finance banker at Investec, said: “Despite ongoing market uncertainty, the occupier market in London has remained robust, driven by demand from the likes of tech and creative businesses for whom London remains the pre-eminent global city for collaboration and talent.
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“The redeveloped building, in a highly prized location, will be a beneficiary of this status quo, which we expect to continue for the foreseeable future.”
Investec has now supported the customer four times, with a group exposure of £33m.
Frixos Kaimakamis, director at Atlas Property, added: “We are delighted to further cement our relationship with Investec through the acquisition of Signet House.
“The provision of equity adds a further dimension to our investment strategy and is a recognition of our excellent track record in delivering market-beating returns.”