Property Investment

HIMOR’s existing investment portfolio comprises over 1 million sq. ft. of commercial property.

Our approach is to proactively manage our investment assets. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, close working relationships with tenants, and focus on the continual improvement of our buildings. We are rewarded for this in high tenant retention rates.

We understand that having the right premises and the right environment is crucial to the success of our tenants, and their success drives the value of our assets.

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We have definitely noticed a marked improvement in the management and appearance of Ship Canal House since HIMOR took over in early 2011, as befitting such a high profile historic building. Any issues are dealt with in a friendly, efficient and professional manner, and we look forward to proposed further improvements coming to fruition, as part of the new regime of pro-active planning and development.

Mike Gillibrand, Stripes Solicitors

  • 40 Springardens, Manchester

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    Property Investment HIMOR acquired this Grade A office building in Central Manchester in January 2009. The building comprises 100,000 sq. ft. arranged over nine storeys, with tenants including Premier Foods and HBOS. HIMOR secured change of use consent for the ground floor retail and its letting to Hervia Bazaar. The building was sold in May 2010 to Climate Change Capital.
  • Engineer Park, Deeside

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    Property Investment Engineer Park is a 100,000 sq. ft. multi-let industrial estate comprising of 38 units. HIMOR bought the property in October 2007 and undertook a comprehensive management plan that resulted in a 100% occupancy rate. The property was sold to another property company in November 2016.
  • Exchange Square, Macclesfield

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    Property Investment HIMOR acquired a long leasehold interest in three high street retail stores and car park in the centre of Macclesfield in 2009. The stores are let to Age Concern, Bon Marche and Sainsbury’s (sub-let to B&M Stores) and the site is retained as a long term strategic investment.
  • High Street, Barnstaple

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    Property Investment 72 High Street, Barnstaple was bought in November 2010 and is situated in a 100% prime retail location in the town centre. HIMOR bought the property with a short residual lease from a struggling retailer. HIMOR secured vacant possession on the premises and then signed a new 10 year lease to JD Sports. The property was sold to private investors in October 2017.
  • Norwest Court & Guildhall House, Preston

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    Property Investment Norwest Court & Guildhall House are two office buildings located in Preston city centre. HIMOR acquired the properties in July 2006 and undertook a comprehensive refurbishment, which made both buildings DDA compliant. These buildings have been retained as long term strategic holds.
  • Ship Canal House, Manchester

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    Property Investment HIMOR acquired this Grade II listed former headquarters of the Manchester Ship Canal Company in January 2011. It is a landmark 71,500 sq. ft. office building on King Street, Manchester. Following the sensitive reconfiguration of internal areas and re-gearing of leases, the building was sold to Ardstone Capital in September 2014.
  • Station Road, Swinton

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    Property Investment A 32,000 sq ft B & Q store situated in Swinton town centre was acquired in by HIMOR in November 2012. The lease was assigned from B & Q Plc to B & M Retail Ltd in January 2016 and the property was sold in December 2016 to a family trust.