Commercial property news
Cash-rich and time-poor Londoners haven’t shied away from spending thousands of pounds on parking spaces in the capital.
Corruption? Investigation finds Boris was out in the US promoting the Garden Bridge before it won the TfL design contest and “tried to cover it up”
Did the mayor of London try to cover up the “scandal”?
Monday morning madness…
The London HQ for The Economist Group has been sold to US property investor Tishman Speyer.
The skyscraper will become home to another 300 employees
London land is like gold dust, we all know that. But selling a Spitalfields public toilet for £1m? We’ve gone too far…
The capital’s sizzling property hotspots
Museum of London eyes historic Smithfield Market site
Heard of Ongar Tube station?
Now here’s a weird and wonderful venue that Londoners might like
No drumroll necessary – the most expensive street in Britain is in London
Peninsula London complex will replace 60s blocks
1 Undershaft is set to be the tallest building in the City
Victoria Beckham is rumoured to be eyeing up 40,000 square feet of offices and studio space in Garden House at the BBC’s Media Village complex.
Now here’s a skyscraper that will make the Shard look puny.
Taiwanese insurance giant Fubon Life Insurance is to buy City building Cannon Place for £500m.
Sick of hearing about the Garden Bridge? Here’s a new London bridge you could obsess over.
Controversial London skyscraper the Pinnacle finally set to be built - Here's what went wrong with it
The Helter Skelter or the Pinnacle, one of London’s most tainted skyscrapers, is finally going to be built.
Designed by Renzo Piano, the “skinny Shard” is officially known as 31 London Street
But you can check-in only in 2019
Transport for London turns property developer with plans to build 10,000 homes
Gold-plated Armani toilets, Michelangelo marble & a gold staircase - take a look at London's poshest offices
Offices with gold Armani washrooms have popped up in London.
Where is London on the list?
The supermarket is flogging half-built stores
The Shard just got another big tenant - recruitment firm Robert Half UK and its business consultancy subsidiary Protiviti.
Who in their right mind would pay £21,000 a month for a renting a flat in Mayfair?
The Cheesgrater just bagged two more big-cheese tenants - oil and gas company Petredec and insurer Fidelis.
Building will include trading floor and roof-top shisha bar
What we all already knew has been confirmed. Can we burn it down now?
Carbuncle Cup shortlist announced