Home House, the exclusive London members club, is planning to open a second site and potential luxury hotel in the capital. The business, which launched in Portman Square in 1999, has instructed Briant Champion Long to find either a property, which can accommodate both uses or two separate buildings. The original Home House currently occupies around 60,000sq ft in three adjoining buildings, which including a bar and gym. Andrew Richardson, Home House managing Director, said: “The demand for membership is ever-growing and this has shaped our decision to look to expand with luxury accommodation in a second London location. As has been the case in Portman Square, the intention is to provide the highest standards of facilities, service and cultural events." Briant Champion Long's Paul Souber said: “We are working with Home House to find the perfect base for its new operation and whilst the search will focus on central London we have an open-mind about the type and configuration of property which may be suitable and can consider opportunities up to 50,000sq ft.”

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