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Bloomberg's Benjamin Stupples chats with Hari Hundle of UHNW multi-family office Twin Capital, which has just opened an outpost in London's Mayfair.

The Evening Standard reports on the case of a banker who is suing an architect for "almost £1m in damages" in the High Court, after a home cinema project didn't turn out as hoped.

The Daily Mail reports on the "£40m mansion left to rot for 33 years by notorious slum landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten".

The Financial Times delves into why the discretion of off-market property sales appeals to the publicity-shy ultra rich

£1bn project shelved due to "unfavourable investment climate"

The Spectator's Jonathan McAloon explores the luxury property developments that are making modern art part of the furniture...

How one developer is using the Tesla brand's "cool" cachet to appeal to the young and moneyed (Image: Karlis Dambrans)

The BBC's Matt Picklesfinds out about Columbia University's MSc in Real Estate Development

What if a lack of houses is not the real problem, asks the FT's Jonathan Eley in an in-depth feature.

South China Morning Post: Analysts say the Chinese conglomerate may have difficulty finding someone to buy the assets, which include London’s One Nine Elms skyscraper