Qatari Diar’s super-prime Chelsea Barracks scheme is one of only 16 developments in the world to achieve LEED Platinum certification for green building.
Sarah Sands is the latest addition to Berkeley Group’s Board of Directors.
John Ko has joined Dominvs Group from Goldman Sachs International.
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.
European investor CPI and London super-prime specialist Dean Main have made another big acquisition in Prime London, taking on the decommissioned West End Central Police Station on Savile Row. The team is exploring development prospects, including residential use.
English National Ballet’s new HQ at London City Island is to be named the Mulryan Centre for Dance, after the family of Ballymore chief Sean Mulryan.
Neil Choudhury Architects has created a boutique scheme on Park Street, with six lateral apartments now available to rent.
McGee is cracking on with the second phase of works for the super-prime redevelopment of Mayfair’s oldest carpark.
Chelsea-based developer/investor Martin’s Properties has sold six “non-core” assets for a combined £22m, including a mixed-use block in SW3 to Store House for £7.35m.
The next Luxury Property Forum webinar will take place on Thursday, looking at how best to market a luxury property development, with insights from Qatari Diar’s Mhairi Smith, Ebury Communications’ Emily Lewis, Wonderhatch’s Marc Webbon, and V1 Studios’ Caroline Donahue.
Bacchus has been brought in to help market Qatari Diar’s flagship Chelsea Barracks scheme.
PCL Property Group is looking to capitalise on ‘all-time-high’ demand for turn-key stock across the golden postcodes.