Jonathan Silver of the University of Sheffield and Alan Wiig of the University of Massachusetts Boston explore how China’s vast “Belt & Road” investment initiative is transforming neighbourhoods around the world, from London’s Royal Albert Dock to Uganda’s capital Kampala.
Gianni Botsford’s striking “House in a Garden” in Notting Hill has been named as one of the world’s 15 best new buildings, alongside Thomas Heatherwick’s Coal Drops Yard, the Macallan’s new visitor centre in Scotland, and the Zaha Hadid-designed Morpheus Hotel in Macau.
‘Prime residential real estate values are settling into a pattern of slower, steadier price growth,’ says Savills, ‘and we do not expect to see a repeat of the double-digit annual price growth seen pre GFC.’
Monaco, Hong Kong, New York and London are the most expensive cities per square metre in the world, says Knight Frank.
Luxury comms giant launches Hong Kong and Shanghai offices under the PRCO Asia banner
The Economist Intelligence Unit identifies and assesses the ten most pressing risks to the global political and economic order.
Residential towers accounted for nearly a third of the world’s newly-completed skyscrapers in 2018
Full-price buyers have been demonstrating against Golden Week price promotions
Carrie Law, CEO of China’s No.1 international real estate website, reacts to Theresa May’s proposal to charge a higher stamp duty rate to non-UK buyers
Over three quarters of Chinese have property purchase intentions in mind when they travel overseas, according to a recent survey, but will the upcoming extended national holiday result in a “bonanza” for the UK capital’s agents and developers?
London estate agency reports ‘growing interest in London property from Chinese clients’
Paris has taken over from London as Europe’s biggest city for super-rich residents