Tag archive for ‘Richard Caring’
Niva Goldberg On Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

LONDON: tycoon Richard Caring launchs aquatic restaurant – with installations by Damien Hirst and a 13ft crocodile

    Restaurant and clubs tycoon Richard Caring, has launched a new restaurant named “Sexy Fish” in Mayfair’s Berkeley Square on the site of an old NatWest banking hall. The new More...

News Brief On Thursday, August 27th, 2015

London: The Ivy – new restaurants with no booking necessary

  The Ivy has the reputation as one of the hardest places in London to get a reservation. But it is set to get easier as the restaurant empire expands with two more venues where diners will not even have More...

Vered Weiss On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Teddy Sagi Takes Camden Wharf

Israeli founder of Playtech, Teddy Sagi, keeps buying up space in Camden Wharf and the Interchange building in a deal worth 95 million pounds or $165 million, according to Ham&High. The purchase was More...

Vered Weiss On Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Wentworth, ‘The Wimbeldon of Golf’ Sold to Chinese Company

–   A Surrey landmark, the Wentworth Golf Club, is being sold to a Chinese company for 135 million pounds or $221 million. Restaurant entrepreneur Richard Caring sold Wentworth to the Reignwood More...

Clive Minchom On Sunday, March 16th, 2014

Teddy Sagi Buys London’s Camden Stables Market In Deal Valued At US$664 Million

–    – A major chunk of valuable real estate in and around London’s Camden market area, comprising the old Camden Stables portion of the markets which form the largest portion there, has More...

Clive Minchom On Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

Richard Caring had A Busy Week : Sells Restaurant Chain for $150 Million and Then Sues One of His Best Friends for $25 Million Over a Separate Deal

– Richard Caring  / Getty – / By Clive Minchom /  The billionaire owner of Annabel’s nightclub in London, where Princess Di used to go with Fergie to unwind a little, and upscale restaurants More...

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