The top-end of London residential sales market has just enjoyed its strongest first half since 2014, reports Savills, with 59% more £5m+ transactions recorded in the first six months of this year compared to 2020, and 61% more than in H1 2019.
The Olayan Group and Chelsfield are delivering a set of 33 luxury rental apartments as part of their reworking of The Knightsbridge Estate.
With some work, this key house on the northern terrace could be worth up to £30m, say agents.
Low-built house near the river is over 50 feet wide and come with planning to significantly boost the internal space.
100 George Street, part of the wider 19-35 Baker Street mixed-use scheme, is set to deliver 41 new apartments including six penthouses.
The capital has played second fiddle to the country market over the last year – but is now showing the sort of resilience that surprised us all post-GFC.
Estate agency “is not broken but it smells like yesterday”, says Daniel McPeake, European Managing Director of American “rock star real estate brokerage” Nest Seekers International.
Rigby & Rigby’s Lancelot House is set to become the UK’s first residential WELL-certified building when it completes next year.
George Hammond has taken a tour of Christian Candy’s 80 Holland Park for the Financial Times, noting that it is “a stark departure” from One Hyde Park, and reflects the shifting tastes of London’s super-rich property buyers.
Bain and Orka have acquired the 72-room Park Lane Mews Hotel and 17 adjacent residential units on Stanhope Row, just behind the Park Lane Hilton.
Overseas buyer snaffles grand Grade II* townhouse on one of the capital’s most famous thoroughfares.