Elliott Stern | Colliers International | London City Fringe

Elliott Stern


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Professional Summary

I began my career in commercial real estate back in 2007,  and have 12 years experience working solely in the City Fringe market. During that time I have built up an enviable list of contacts.

One of the things I enjoy the most about working in the City Fringe is dealing with companies in the tech, media and creative sectors, seeing them grow over time and helping them move out of their old premises and into new ones – being very much part of their story. Much of what we do can take years of planning, but there is great satisfaction in working on a project from when a client first buys a building, sitting alongside the architects and design team to make sure the correct product is delivered to the marketplace, right through to finding tenants for the newly created scheme.


Noteable projects include:

The White Chapel Building E1 - 250,000 Sq Ft (Derwent London)

The Farringdon Road Estate EC1 - 80,000 Sq Ft ( WELPUT)

The Tech City Poretfolio EC1 45,000 Sq Ft (DTZ Investors)

The Loom E1 100,000 Sq Ft (Helical Bar)

The Bower EC1 250,000 Sq Ft (Helical Bar)

Sutton Yard EC1 75,000 Sq Ft ( East City Investments)

20 Farringdon Road 80,000 Sq Ft (Derwent London)

213 Blackfriars Bridge Road 50,000 Sq Ft (The Hoxton Hotel)


Educated at Immanuel College High School 


Development Advisory
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, National Capital Markets
Featured News
16 Jun 2020
Bespoke fit-out model attracts three new tenants at Verse Building N1
The City Fringe team at Colliers International, jointly with Cushman & Wakefield, has secured Kaizen PR as the latest tenant at the Verse Building N1. The deal follows two previous lettings to Telrock and Clubhouse Studios on behalf of the developer LBS Properties.
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