Denis brings a real passion to his Build-To-Suit (BTS) role at Osborne+Co
That passion derives from 35 years of experience as a client in the international corporate world. Over that time, he held positions as the most senior property professional at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB), American Express, and Nortel Networks.
£30 million plan to turn Glasgow's Met Tower into tech hub
Glasgow’s Met Tower, the 14-storey office building in the heart of the city centre, has been vacant since 2014 and is set to become a new hub for tech and digital businesses. Bruntwood SciTech has unveiled a £30m transformation programme after it acquired the ‘People Make Glasgow’ building from Osborne+Co for £16.2m.
Moda and Osborne launch BTR and life sciences partnership
Build-to-rent specialist Moda Living has formed a UK-wide partnership with global property developer and investor Osborne+Co to deliver build-to-rent (BTR) homes alongside commercial space for the life sciences.
Man behind huge £500m Belfast plan eyes further Northern Ireland projects
The man who owns 40% of the new Belfast Waterside development has said ground will be broken on the half-a-billion pound project by the end of 2018, if phase one of the scheme gets the go ahead from Belfast City Council's planning committee tonight.
Osborne+Co targets £5bn pipeline with new structure and hires
An established real estate developer with a world-wide portfolio of £2.5bn has been renamed as Osborne+Co as it embarks on an ambitious global growth drive, targeting new developments in Europe, the Middle East, India and South East Asia.
Dundalk man Jim Osborne has worked on spectacular property projects around the world, from Dubai to Manilla. Now he is moving closer to home for his latest project, a £400million development including a 13 storey office block in Belfast.
Landmark Glasgow site acquired for one of city’s largest new offices
A consortium of real estate developers is set to construct one of Glasgow’s largest single-building new offices after acquiring a development site in the heart of the city’s International Financial Services District.
HSBC’s move to new headquarters marks the start of an era for Dubai’s financiers
HSBC is to further raise its profile in the UAE with the construction of a US$250 million headquarters in Dubai’s Downtown area as it prepares to move its Middle East business from the Channel Island of Jersey to the emirate later this year.
Gulf Resources Development and Investment (GRDI) has secured AED 208 million ($57 million) finance from National Bank of Fujairah (NBF) for the construction of Ikea's biggest distribution centre in Dubai, UAE, said a report.