Commercial property news
Hong Kong boasts the most expensive retail space in the world, it has been revealed.
The Abu Dhabi Financial Group has bought New Scotland Yard for a massive £120m above the original asking price of £250m, it has been announced.
The total wealth of the 250 wealthiest property investors in Britain is a whopping £218.3bn – that’s more than Facebook’s market cap, the value of
From Sting to Boris, everyone loves the new luxury development that is Battersea Power Station.
That’s right – despite boasting rents worth $1,216 a square foot a year, London’s Bond Street is not the most expensive shopping street in the world.
Boris Johnson has ordered an inquiry into a deal he signed with a Chinese firm to redevelop the historic Royal Albert Dock in London.
New Scotland Yard, the Metropolitan Police’s HQ, has been sold for a reported £250m.
In pictures: What it's like to be dangling from the 68th floor of one of the world's tallest skyscrapers
Dangling from the 68th floor of a 1,776-foot skyscraper is definitely a nightmare that came true for two window cleaners yesterday.
Now we’re not sure if Tower Bridge’s £1m new glassway will be as popular as the poppy exhibition but the views from the top are pretty amazing.
Brazilian billionaire Joseph Safra has snapped up the Gherkin for a whopping £700m.
Part of a large steel bolt, as big as an adult hand, fell off the 47-storey Cheesegrater yesterday which resulted in the area being cordoned off. Thankfully, no one was injured.
Number 1 the Thames, is a pretty snazzy address, and one lucky buyer has just snapped it up for what is comparatively, a pittance.
Songbird Estates, the developer behind the Canary Wharf financial district, has sold off one of its iconic buildings for £152.5m
Old Oak is set to emerge as a newly thriving London area within a few years, if government and Transport for London (TfL) proposals come to fruition.
The government is under fire for not following the “correct legal process” to approve London’s £4.2bn super-sewer.
“Ello, ello, ello”, is probably not what the person at the front desk at Great Scotland Yard will utter when you stroll into the lobby, as the former police HQ is set to be turned into a £10,000-a-night five-star hotel.
Amazon to open massive new Shoreditch office (with a rooftop tennis court), creating thousands of jobs
Amazon is upping its game in London with a gargantuan new office in Shoreditch.
Battersea Power Station is set to receive multi-million pound financing by the end of October, Battersea Power Station Development Co. CEO Rob Tincknell has said.
Some people are rich. And some people are so overloaded with money that they don’t really know what to do with themselves. Here we have Christian Candy, one half of the Candy brother property-developing duo, best known for their controversial One Hyde Park extravagance – a lavish warehouse for oligarchs.
Battersea Power Station will be home to a “street food market in the sky” as part of the redevelopment which will see the Grade II building at the centre of a new London “village”.
Woolwich central Tesco. Photo via Twitter
One of LondonlovesBusiness.com’s neighbours, New Scotland Yard, is up for sale.
The nominations are in for the UK’s ugliest new building, and this year there are four London buildings on the shortlist.
London’s £4.2bn “super-sewer” is attracting the ahem, stinking rich to fund the project.
A skyscraper that can house an entire city? It’s possible.
As you may have heard, there’s a fort in the Thames for sale with a guide price of £500,000. It needs at least £1m of work done to it to make it even remotely habitable and it will take a bit ofimagination to be able to see its potential.
The Queen and Norway’s sovereign wealth fund have together forked out £381m on Mayfair prime property.
Photo: New Bondway
£500,000 for a row of three garages? Only in London.
London’s Gherkin skyscraper is in a bit of a pickle. The 41-storey tower is up for sale for £650m as its owners, German property investors IVG Immobilien and Mayfair investment bank Evans Randall, failed to finalise a restructuring deal.