Home is where the heart is, and some hearts are a bit odd. Similarly, the homes of interesting people can themselves be pretty interesting. Whether it’s a unique interior design, a bizarre structure, or a renovation of a building not meant to be a home, a home can become something more than a place where […]
A London based real estate blog has crunched the numbers and figured out what 22lB would be worth if it was a real place. The answer? About £1.7 million – which is about $2.9 Million USD. Wow! Source.
Property Services firm CBRE has released a series of artist impressions of what the Southbank London Skyline will look like in the year 2023 once all the proposed skyscrapers are built. Makes for some very interesting viewing. Check them out below – The Top Image is today, the bottom image is 2023: In […]
Fancy owning an abandoned Tube Station? There’s one coming on the market. Brompton Road Tube Station, which was closed in the 1930’s due to it being too close to neighboring Tube spots, has been put on the market by its current owners, the Ministry of Defence. The building has a long and storied history – […]
If you’re in the market for a new pad in London – we’ve got the perfect place for you! Battersea Power Station is on the market again. The building, made famous by the Pink Floyd album cover, has gone through a string of owners and grand plans to redevelop the site since it was decommissioned back int […]
I came across this article and found it really interesting – Swedish furniture retailer IKEA is building it’s own neighborhood in East London after the Olympics. From CNBC: Inter IKEA Holding Services, the intellectual property owners of the home-goods retail monolith, recently announced plans to build an entire neighborhood in Stratford, East London, just south […]
The Daily Mail is reporting interesting news that it now costs £96,000 to buy a parking space in London – which they note costs more than many houses in the North of England. From the Mail: A parking space in Central London can now be worth more than a house in other parts of the […]
Bloomberg’s Adam Haynes reports from London on the shift away from iconic skyscrapers as developers adopt cheaper, less ambitious plans. This report includes comments from Ken Shuttleworth, the architect of the landmark Gherkin building.
The most expensive flat in London has recently been completed. Located in 1 Hyde Park and developed by the Candy Brothers before the economy tanked – who knows if this place will ever find a buyer. Here’s an excerpt from the Guardian about the Development: One Hyde Park, a Richard Rogers-designed group of four 13-storey […]