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£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.
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For years prime central London property has been likened to gold dust attracting rich tycoons with gazillions buying up property in Mayfair, Belgravia, Chelsea and Kensington.
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The new London high streets set to entice the style-savvy and property-prolific
The former City of London Corporation planning chairman shares his secrets about London’s evolution
Rising rents and multinationals are squeezing out the start-ups that made EC1 what it was. So where’s next?
The Hard Rock Café in Piccadilly is on the prowl for a new luxury location to house its desired expansion into the hotel trade, it was reported today.
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We take a tour of London’s tallest skyscraper
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The Shard and Cheesegrater are so passé. Check out the London skyline of the future
As the Shard is inaugurated with a dazzling laser show on Thursday, we ask Londoners and tourists what they really think of it
Having worked with the iconic site before, property expert Ed Mead remains sceptical about the deal announced last night
It’s one of our most iconic buildings, yet it’s been a bête noir since its first sale in 1983. Could this be its year?
The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel is one year old. Its story is one of blood, sweat and tears, and the dogged determination of a non-Londoner who until this project, renovated lofts
Traditionally the reserve of pension funds, commercial property might soon become the next trend in investment
Its retail rents are breaking records at £1,000 per square foot. What’s driving Mayfair’s headrush of super-luxury? Will it last? And are commercial property prices squeezing out Mayfair’s traditional business residents?
While the eurozone crisis continues to wreak havoc, the Central London office market seems as buoyant as ever, says property specialist Anthony Lorenz