London’s position as playground for Russia’s super-rich is “a party that had already peaked by 2014” and “is surely now over,” writes Simon Usborne in Town & Country magazine.
Agency’s auction arm chalks up new record at ‘buzzy’ sale; rare resi development opp in Hampstead picked up pre-auction for ‘significantly above’ its £5mn guide
Agency looks to bolster its presence in the W4 area with a prominent corner spot on Turnham Green Terrace
‘Large increase in deals’ delivers a 32% jump in revenue and a 75% leap in operating profit for the 70-branch firm
The Malins Group is bringing forward a £14.5mn GDV mixed-use scheme in Wapping.
Agency announces largest round of promotions in its recent history, after emerging from the challenges of the last two years ‘in really good shape’
Underused local landmark will become a ‘biodiverse centrepiece for Mayfair’, says GB&I
The average house price across England & Wales is up by £57,600 since the start of pandemic, reports Acadata, while traditional PCL heartlands have returned to ‘substantial’ annual growth rates in recent weeks
Recent mega-deals at Qatari Diar’s landmark Belgravia development include super-prime townhouses at £52mn and £34mn.
“The prime London property market is in a sweet spot,” declares Knight Frank’s research team, as buyer demand bounces back and the supply of homes available to buy picks up.
JLL has made some bullish forecasts for London’s property market. After two years of meagre price growth in the capital compared to the regions, the firm suggests that “buying opportunities” in London have now peaked. “The underperformance of London compared with other regions could be nearing its end,” says research chief Marcus Dixon.
The Grade ll* listed Nelson Dock House is the only remaining ship builder’s house and dry dock in the area