One of the world’s biggest luxury goods businesses, LVMH, is moving its beauty division to a new boutique development in Kensington.
Pacaso’s debut play in London – a penthouse apartment in Mayfair – sold out ‘within weeks’.
The influential Hogarth Press was founded from the dining room table at Hogarth House on Paradise Road in South West London.
Prominent freehold building on Regency Street, in the pocket between Tate Britain and Westminster Cathedral, is being offered up as an investment/development opp.
Firms signal confidence in London property market with commitment to £500mn project.
Dexters makes another agency acquisition, picking up four-branch South East London firm Conran Estates.
Savills is forecasting a slow and steady recovery – rather than a sharp uptick – for London’s golden postcodes, unless high net worth foreign investors return in their pre-pandemic numbers…
Journalist Emma Haslett has written a brilliant piece for The New Statesman about Candy & Candy’s flagship super-prime development in Knightsbridge.
Catch up on all the latest movements and commentary in less than five minutes, featuring data and analysis from Foxtons, Rightmove, HMRC, TwentyCi, Zoopla & more…
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Agency reports ‘frenzied’ bidding at record-breaking July event, as lots including a unique sea fort went under the hammer.
2022 is shaping up to be a vintage year for London’s super-prime market, with over £1bn worth of £10mn-plus properties traded since January; PrimeResi takes a look at some of the most significant and downright stunning examples to change hands in recent months…