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It has been reported that health and fitness club chain Esporta, owned by Duke Street Capital, is to sell its freehold property assets for more than £300m.

The company has allegedly received a number of approaches about a possible sale-and-leaseback of its racquet clubs.

The Sunday Times reported that Maple Leaf – a property vehicle of the Landesberg family, which owns Admiral Taverns – Robert Tchenguiz and real estate group London & Regional are interested in making an offer. Details: www.esporta.com

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It has been reported that health and fitness club chain Esporta, owned by Duke Street Capital, is to sell its freehold property assets for more than £300m.
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