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London City Island: London's “micro-Manhattan” opens to overseas buyers

[Sponsored Article] From derelict docklands to one of Europe’s leading financial centers, the regeneration of Canary Wharf was London’s first great success story of the 21st century, and the story isn’t over yet. More than 150 major office tenants occupy 16 million square feet of office space across this purpose-built financial district, including big names like HSBC and Barclays Bank, with a further 10.5 million square feet in the future pipeline. The arrival of the Crossrail Elizabeth Line … Source link

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White City: London's brightest new neighborhood

[Sponsored Article] A robust economy, favorable exchange rate and growing population make London a favorite city for overseas property investment, but its expensive central districts are too steep a barrier for many buyers. Those looking for a more accessible London investment with long-term capital gain should instead look west to the booming regeneration areas of West London, forecast for 13 percent growth from 2019 to 2022 by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) – particularly White City. The White… Source link

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Fitzrovia: Central London's Hidden Gems

[Sponsored Article] London is a city with timeless appeal. While ambitious regeneration projects expand the British capital in all directions and create brand new districts, its historic central neighborhoods are also keeping pace with the demands of today’s inner-city residents without sacrificing their heritage. Tucked away between Regents Park to the north, Oxford Street to the south and Marylebone to the west, Fitzrovia is one of Central London’s hidden gems that has the atmosphere of a… Source link

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London's 'Silicon Roundabout' welcomes overseas property investors

[Sponsored Article] London streets are said to be paved with gold, but while those seeking their fortunes in the UK capital used to flock to the city center and the West End, today’s entrepreneurs and creative professionals are increasingly favoring the East End – particularly the booming tech hub nicknamed ‘Silicon Roundabout.’ Officially called East London Tech City, this dense digital cluster of technology firms centered around Old Street station in Shoreditch is the UK’s answer to Silicon… Source link

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White City: London's new commercial and residential hotspot

[Sponsored article]With the bulk of London’s urban regeneration projects taking place in the central districts and the east, West London is making up for lost time. White City in W12 is the most dynamic of these revitalized areas, a former industrial and broadcasting site that’s quickly become established as a compelling alternative for overseas property investment.The £8 billion (HKD 82.6bn) White City Opportunity Area is a collaboration between the local Hammersmith and Fulham Council and… Source link

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London's creative professionals are heading west to White City

[Sponsored Article] The former home of BBC Television in London, White City is earning a new reputation as a world-leading center for education, media, science and technology. £8 billion (HKD 82.6bn) in public and private investment is funding a spate of new developments and creating around 20,000 new jobs within the next five years, along with 6,000 new homes to meet the high demand from the influx of creative professionals to the area. In the past, creative development in London has… Source link

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Invest in Westminster: London's finance and education hub

[Sponsored Article]Despite the media’s doom and gloom over Brexit, London remains one of the world’s favorite cities for residential and commercial property investment. While much of this activity is taking place in the city’s up-and-coming regeneration areas, a select number of prime Central London addresses are also entering the market through the sensitive redevelopment of heritage buildings in areas such as Westminster.The epicenter of the UK capital, Westminster may be known for its… Source link

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