CC Land’s next big play

CC Land deputy chairman Dickie Wong talks about the group’s future plans for London following its £1.15bn acquisition of the Cheesegrater

When Dickie Wong is in London his phone doesn’t stop ringing. The CC Land deputy chairman, who led the £1.15bn acquisition of the Cheesegrater, EC3, at a yield of just 3.45%, has set the market. And now the market wants a piece of him.

“Because of our exposure with the Cheesegrater deal, we have been approached by many many connections,” Wong says from the Amaranto Lounge of the Four Seasons Hotel, W1, his phone vibrating on the coffee table.

But he’s not complaining about the number of calls…

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