A penthouse flat in Great Portland Estates’ quick-selling 14 Brook Street development, which overlooks Bond Street, has come onto the rental market.
Another super-prime apartment has sold in Robert A. M. Stern Architects boutique development in Manhattan.
JLL will move its flagship UK office to British Land’s Broadgate scheme in EC2 in 2026.
In Pictures: 38 Hill Street is on the market for £35 million – with the potential to create one of London’s biggest and most valuable private residences.
This year’s Don’t Move, Improve! shortlist celebrates how home-owners are creating flexible spaces for living, working and playing.
Higham House was reputedly visited by Henry VIII, and now features a show-stopping swimming pool complex.
Neil Choudhury Architects has created a boutique scheme on Park Street, with six lateral apartments now available to rent.
The saving of Harold Peto’s cloisters at Iford Manor in Wiltshire has been recognised as the best historic house restoration project of the last year by the Historic Houses Association and Sotheby’s.
One of America’s most expensive listings – once home to newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and honeymoon destination for JFK – has been launched for sale from London, sporting a £90 million ($119m) asking price.
Casa Savannah in the Marbella Club is being pitched as “the ultimate summer holiday pad”, featuring “James Bond style” interiors.
A team led by New York Highline designers James Corner Field Operations has won a competition to turn a stretch of disused railway viaduct in Camden into a new public park.