Cedar Dean Group has launched an investment and development division, spearheaded by newly appointed property veteran, David Fisher.


The division, led by Fisher, will focus on securing value-add investment opportunities and development sites in the residential, leisure, retail, office and student accommodation markets for clients. 


In his new role, Fisher will work closely with CDG Leisure and Cedar Dean Commercial - the leisure agency and lease restructuring arms of the company - to provide existing clients with a fuller range of services. 


Fisher joins from his own firm, Evolution Real Estate, where he transacted high profile investment and development deals across all asset classes.


His previous roles include agency at Robert Irving & Burns and being a partner at Mayfair-based Reiff & Company.


With a successful career spanning 30 years in the sector, he has represented a variety of clients including institutional investors, public and private property companies, asset managers and high net worth individuals. 


Fisher said: “I am most looking forward to working with the leisure and commercial divisions within Cedar Dean Group to leverage their expertise and seeing where they can provide interesting value-add opportunities within their divisions for our investment clients.


“I find the passionate and energetic attitude within the group inspiring and the drive for doing deals is something that really motivates me.


“As a food lover, it’s great to be surrounded by like-minded people, looking to assist the next aspiring food concept - and being based in the centre of Soho only adds to the fantastic environment in which to work.”


David Abramson, CEO, Cedar Dean Group, added: “The launch of an investment and development division is a bright new chapter for Cedar Dean Group where we are now able to offer Investment service to our clients.


“We see great potential from our current stronghold in the restaurant and bar markets and wholeheartedly welcome David, who will be a great asset, to the company.”


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