Issue 2 providing news and insights on the property market, with a firm focus on prime central London.
The Spring issue sees the publication of the latest research report from Pastor Real Estate –
Analysis of The Residential Property Development Market In Prime Central London
This Issue includes……..
- Le Stella – Urban Sculpture
Working with leading architects Jean-Pierre Lott and Alexandre Giraldi, le Stelle is the latest development by J.B. Pastor & Fils. Located in the centre of Monaco’s historical commercial district Le Condamine.
- Mayfair Awards 2014. The Winners
- The New Urban Idyll: in love with the city
Cities are by their very nature in a constant state of flux: the perpetual cycle of change, as previously unloved areas find new champions and new direction. What are the challenges and achievements?
- Prime Central London at a glance: key market facts and figures.
- The rise in rentals – London’s lettings market soars
While prime central London’s sales market (Mayfair, Marylebone and Knightsbridge) is not continuing apace, the lettings market has soared, with record rents reached at £1 million a year.
- The importance of being well managed
The importance and value of good property management is almost as underestimated as the impact of poor property management. The value is in getting it right.
- London Regenerations – The next wave
Elephant and Castle, a central but not greatly desired location, is set to change and re-draw the map. London’s appetite for regeneration continues apace, with the largest remaining central London area now planned and firmly underway. While the Goods Yard development at Bishopsgate in the city is more central, it is a fraction of the size.
- UK Stamp Duty – the new on-costs of purchase.
- Benbow House
Gracing three floors and offering over 4,600 sq ft (427.3 sq m) of accommodation the Penthouse at Benbow House is currently the largest penthouse for sale in the central London SE1 postcode, an area that stretches along the south bank of the River Thames from Waterloo to beyond Tower Bridge.