Cain Hoy wins at Property Awards 2017 Cain Hoy wins at Property Awards 2017
  • April 2017
  • Cain Hoy

London, England, April 05, 2017 – Jonathan Goldstein, Chief Executive at Cain Hoy Enterprises, LLC (“Cain Hoy”), has been awarded ‘Property Entrepreneur of the Year’ at Property Week’s 2017 Property Awards. The award was presented in front of an audience of over 1,000 individuals from the property sector at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane. Judges were impressed by Jonathan’s role in establishing a global business in just over three years, with Cain Hoy now...

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Anybody sensing déjà-vu? Anybody sensing déjà-vu?
  • February 2017
  • Jonathan Goldstein

  This month, we were all waiting with bated breath to find out about this “radical” white paper on housing by Sajid Javid. Unfortunately, it felt more like an old shopping list full of rhetoric rather than radical action, as how any of the measured announced will be achieved is yet to be explained fully. Amid all the smoke screens, the long-awaited document focused on freeing up land and altering building regulations to allow for thousands of new homes to...

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Cain Hoy appoints Neil Barber as Leasing Director Cain Hoy appoints Neil Barber as Leasing Director
  • February 2017
  • Cain Hoy

Cain Hoy Enterprises, LLC (“Cain Hoy”), the private investment company, has appointed Neil Barber to the role of Leasing Director. Neil will focus specifically on retail leasing at Islington Square, the £500 million, 4.5-acre mixed-use destination in London’s N1 that Cain Hoy is developing in conjunction with Sager Group. The development, which is anchored by early lettings to The Lounge by Odeon and premium fitness club operator Third Space, includes over 175,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space and...

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Talk is cheap but extreme rhetoric is no substitute for proper debate Talk is cheap but extreme rhetoric is no substitute for proper debate
  • February 2017
  • Cain Hoy

“You have to be so careful about what you say these days” is an often-heard complaint. I was reminded of this when interviewing a potential new colleague recently and having to stop myself from asking – just out of interest – his age. “It’s political correctness gone mad,” some would claim. It is ironic then, that political correctness today seems not to apply to the world of politics. Donald Trump’s recent reference to Syrian refugees as ‘illegals’, or the memory...

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