Standard Life Investments

Property examples

Standard Life Investments manages more than 500 properties across 14 countries. Here is a selection.

Churchill Square was built in the 1960s. We bought the entire site in the early 1990s, and undertook a comprehensive redevelopment of the 470,000 square foot centre. The work was completed in 1998, when it was reopened fully let. The centre remains the prime retail pitch in Brighton.

Churchill Square

Juxon House occupies a unique location, overlooking St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London. Situated at the gateway to Paternoster Square, this substantial property was developed by Standard Life Investments in 2003 and provides approximately 105,000 square feet of office space, together with four retail units at ground floor level. Juxon House is in a world famous location and often features in live TV broadcasts and public events. It forms part of the 'Paternoster Masterplan' area and was designed by William Whitfield architects.

The Interchange Retail Park is on the outskirts of Bedford, around 50 miles north of London. We built the retail park in 1995, funded by the Standard Life Assurance Co, and it remains a holding of the Standard Life Investments UK Retail Park Trust. The park covers 174,000 square feet, with more than 750 car parking spaces.

10 Avenue Hoche is a high quality, Grade A office building in the heart of Paris' 'Golden Triangle', within the prestigious Central Business District. It is close to the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysees. Refurbished in 1996/97, the building covers eight floors behind the original Haussmannian façade. It is owned by the Standard Life Investments European Property Growth Fund.

Acquired on behalf of the Global Real Estate Fund in May 2011, 182 St George’s Terrace is situated in the core commercial office district in Perth. It comprises a total net lettable area of 5,317 square metres over two basements, car park levels, ground and 10 upper levels of office accommodation.

Churchill Square