The building will include a 106,000 sq ft office as well as land for the consented hotel scheme and ground floor retail building scheme.
According to the firms, the Southbank development scheme will consist of a 64,000 sq ft, 8-storey hotel, a “fitting location” for the new site.
David Pralong, managing partner of Maya Capital, said: “We are delighted to
announce our first acquisition in London and are looking forward to working with AnaCap on
this exciting mixed-use scheme where we see a substantial investment opportunity.
“We are also keen to engage with our tenants, the Southwark Council and the local community to invest in this asset and deliver on our ambitious plan.”
Sebastien Wigdo, managing director at AnaCap Financial Partners, added: “This acquisition is part of our strategy to invest in well-located assets in core European cities with strong value to add potential.
“The future hotel will bring long-term value to our scheme and the wider community. This is our first transaction with Maya Capital and we are looking forward to deploying more capital with them in the future.”