Anglo to sell off €66m record company HQ
KPMG, liquidator of the former Anglo Irish bank, is selling the €66m headquarters of record company Warner Music in London. Bands such as Coldplay and Radiohead were managed from these offices.
JLL has been instructed to sell the Kensington building for €66m, which could generate a tidy profit as Anglo Irish Bank Corporation, through its asset manager Charterfield, bought the office block in 2005 for just over €50m.
The building housed labels such as Virgin, EMI Classics and Parlophone before Universal Music's buyout of EMI Music in 2012.
Sunday Indo Business