Lansdowne Seeks New Mayfair Digs

Nov 26 2013 | 10:37am ET

Lansdowne Partners is looking for a new home.

The London-based hedge fund, one of Europe's largest with more than US$12 billion in assets under management, isn't looking to go far, planning to stay in Mayfair, London's toniest hedge fund quarter. But with leases expiring next year and in 2015, Lansdowne has engaged Otway Norwood to find it a new headquarters with up to 15,000 square feet of space.

According to Estates Gazette, Lansdowne has looked at offices further north on Davies Street owned by Grosvenor Capital and Stow Capital Partners. The hedge fund is currently based at 15 Davies Street, a block north of Berkeley Square.


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