Residential developer of the moment Native Land has been named by Property Week as the preferred bidder to purchase one of the most prominent office buildings in Covent Garden, for a reported £165m.
London property investment vehicle Ronson Capital Partners has just confirmed the start of development of Riverwalk, SW1, its high-spec 113-unit waterfront resi project in Westminster
Profits at "Britain's best housebuilder," Berkeley Group, have rocketed by over 40% over the last six months, whilst the Group's revenues have ballooned by nearly 70% to £686m, according to the company's …
Battersea Power Station is "on track to begin construction in the summer and to begin hand over of Phase One to the new owners in 2016,” with residential sales slated to kick-off in Asia in January and i…
Is it finally going to happen? After many, many years and almost as many non-starting schemes, it looks like Battersea Power Station may actually be developed. And soon
Uber-developer Capital & Counties' ambitious plans for the Earls Court & West Kensington Opportunity Area were approved by The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea last night.
Private equity property investment company and developer Oakvest Ltd. has appointed property PR agency AB Property Marketing, as the firm looks to raise its profile
Property developer Londonewcastle are set to collaborate with new investor and developer The Third Quarter on a collection of new penthouse apartments in one of Clerkenwell's key buildings
An architecture and interior design practice is apparently being sued for £300,000 after a project at One Hyde Park allegedly over-ran by ten months.
A snazzy address or pithy postcode is just not enough: The most successful new luxury developments are creating entire brand experiences, not just homes, for HNW buyers.
Shrill accusations and sullen aftermaths - who doesn't love a good old-fashioned "game" of Monopoly? Well it seems the geniuses behind the boardgame were also purveyors of uncannily reliable real estate…
A 63,000 square foot block at 19 Cavendish Square has just been put on the market for £60m with Whitmarsh Holt Young, Savills and Jones Lang LaSalle.