Loulou’s of London

Mayfair, London

Reuben Brothers’ Mayfair estate includes, amongst others:

  • The Piccadilly Estate, including the “In and Out Club” at 94 Piccadilly,

    • ― The former ‘American Club’ at 95 Piccadilly,
    • ― 105 Piccadilly, as well as properties fronting onto Piccadilly opposite Green Park at 90-93,
    • ― 100 Piccadilly & the NCP car park on Carrington Street & 51-53 Brick Street & 1-6 Yarmouth Place
    • ― 10-11 White Horse Street
  • Three island blocks in the Shepherd Market area, including the iconic “5 Hertford Street”. The club encompasses 10 Georgian town houses over a 23,000 square foot building, with Loulou’s on the lower ground floor
  • Academy House, Sackville Street
  • Connaught House, Mount Street
  • An eight storey office building on Berkeley Street
  • 30-35 Pall Mall & 22-22A St James’s Square
  • 139 Piccadilly
  • Hereford House, Oxford Street – home of the flagship London Primark store
  • Various buildings in; Grosvenor Street, Bruton Steet, Maddox Street, Hannover Street, Brook Street, amongst others

Central London

    Reuben Brothers holds key assets across the country, whilst some key London investments include:
  • The Millbank Centre & Millbank Tower, Westminster
  • The John Lewis headquarters, Victoria Street
  • 27 Knightsbridge, an office building over lower ground, ground and 6 upper floors which fronts onto Hyde Park
  • A seven floor office building on Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria
  • Four adjoining Grade II listed buildings 8,9,10 & 11 Grosvenor Place, Belgravia
  • A three storey office building on Buckingham Gate, Victoria 
  • Golden Cross House, a seven floor mixed use building on the Strand
  • Jubilee House, Putney
  • Numerous prime Sloane Street shops


The substantial overseas holdings are mainly in Europe. Some of these are:

  • Prime coastline land spanning around 4 miles, Ibiza Spain
  • L’Union Bancaire Privée, Monaco
  • Equity House, Jersey
  • A portfolio of retail investments across France
  • A series of developments across Romania
  • Prime development project Tel Aviv, Israel