Luxury hotel group Oberoi will operate Cain International’s 23-unit serviced apartment scheme at 17-22 South Audley Street.
Berkeley Group and Audley Group will transform the former Government building – sold in 2016 – into 168 new homes, 103 later living apartments, and a 42-acre public park near Virginia Water.
Karen Mulville has filed a bankruptcy petition against business partner Johnny Sandelson in the High Court, which Sandelson argues should be dismissed
“Student housing is the most mature of the UK’s purpose-built rentalised residential markets,” says Savills, offering up some First Class opportunities for property developers and investors – but it’s not all about academic rankings…
Retirement home developer Elysian Residences has partnered with bookshop Foyles to create and manage libraries in top-end later living schemes across London and the South East
The value of the UK’s “residential operational real estate” sector – combining build-to-rent, senior living and student housing – is set to quadruple, forecasts Savills, hitting £880bn once fully mature
Investment giant targets ‘last time buyers’ with plans for a £2bn later living portfolio in prime regional towns
Global investment bank makes another significant play into a specialist resi sector
RBKC has come under fire for not securing enough affordable housing from Johnny Sandelson’s proposed development of the Heythrop College site
New report estimates London has £62 billion of ‘under-utilised space’ in the form of large, mortgage-free family houses, with £5 billion in Kensington & Chelsea alone; massive unrealised wealth could instead be generating ‘significant lifestyle, healthcare support and inheritance benefits’ for retirees, says developer, and presents a huge opportunity for a formerly niche sector of the property market…
Goldman & Sachs believes Derbyshire-based TopHat ‘has the potential to make a significant impact on the housing shortage’
Success in other niches has shown how a differentiated development can succeed even at times when the general housing market is poor, says Nigel Sibley