Specialist block and facilities services provider SBA Property Management (SBA) has acquired three new buildings in central London.

Located in Islington, Bloomsbury, and Chelsea, the recently acquired properties are part of SBA’s fast-growing portfolio, as the company continues to expand its services in London and the South East.

The first block, located on Liverpool Road in Islington, is a mixed-use building consisting of commercial offices and residential apartments. Just a five-minute walk from both Islington High Street and Highbury & Islington station, the property is in the perfect commutable location.

The second building offers ample residential space at the heart of London’s medical district, in the sought-after Queen Square Gardens, Bloomsbury.

The third property is in the prestigious area of Sloane Square, on the boundary of Belgravia and Chelsea. Well-known for its shopping, culture, and dining, Sloane Square is a highly desirable location connected to King’s Road, home to over 300 stores.

The established team at SBA Property Management is led by directors Tim Darwall-Smith and Yassir Awan – who were instrumental in the completion of these acquisitions.

Tim Darwall-Smith MRICS, Director at SBA, said: “We are pleased to have acquired three new properties in high-profile and desirable central London locations. With a mix of residential and commercial blocks acquired, the move demonstrates our commitment to expanding our services beyond residential block management, as we grow our portfolio across London and the South East.”

Yassir Awan, Director at SBA, added: “As we continue to grow our portfolio, we look forward to taking on new leaseholders and building on our success to continue to deliver the personal touch our clients know and expect.”

Drawing on over 40 years’ residential experience, SBA Property Management manages blocks and facilities across many locations in London and the South East, including Kensington, Chelsea and Mayfair. The company recently underwent a rebrand to align for the future, and is seeking opportunities across the commercial, mixed-use, leisure and light industrial sectors to continue to diversify its portfolio.