Commercial property news
The talk of Hyde Park Barracks being turned into one of London’s hottest luxury flats has been going on for years.
Yesterday we ran this article reporting on opposition to the Garden Bridge project.
It’s not pretty (the bridge is fine, the comments not so much)
Its blue, has a back garden and is floating on the Thames… if you like quirky homes then this home at Number 1, The Thames, will definitely float your boat.
The Shard is pretty much the marmite skyscraper of the capital. You either love it or hate it.
Employees were told to take the day off. When they returned, the pub had been destroyed
London’s oldest car park could be converted into a £500m luxury complex boasting flats, private members’ clubs and art galleries.
What nickname will Londoners give this one? (The Pistol, perhaps?)
A couple of weeks back, we learnt that retail billionaire Sir Philip Green had sold BHS for a measly £1.
Which trendy Tower Hamlets street tops the list?
Every little helps
How many in London?
Looking for desk space in London? This is essential reading
Another ludicrous London property story…
But will it bring change fast enough?
Is London the world’s leading money-laundering destination?
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), the world’s second-largest sovereign wealth fund, owns assets worth over $773bn.
Seven reasons we hated the plan
The construction of the Pinnacle skyscraper, also known as the Helter Skelter, has been um, a bit of a helter skelter.
Prime London property has rapidly shot up, but farmland has beaten it
Want to buy a suit? Head to the “Tall, Rich, Handsome Street”.
First time the building has come to the market as a single investment opportunity
You won’t believe how many British assets the oil-rich emirate holds stakes in
British Land got a bolt from the blue recently as another bolt fell off the Cheesegrater.
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.