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Deutsche Bank is in discussions to prelet Land Securities’ 21 Moorfields for its new City of London headquarters.
Luxury skiwear brand Moncler has agreed a deal which will see it open a new store on London’s Albemarle Street.
Orchard Street Investment Management has acquired a Virgin Active gym in Wandsworth, south-west London, from TH Real Estate for £12.95m.
OakNorth has completed a £4m loan to Pocket Living, which has secured an unconditional land deal to develop 153 affordable homes in central Croydon.
US banking giant Citigroup has drafted in Knight Frank to work alongside Cushman & Wakefield to sublet 170,000 sq ft of its office space in Canary Wharf.
Topland Group is seeking offers for its leasehold interest in Every Hotel at 31-39 Coventry Street in the West End.
Planning permission has been agreed for the historic Shepherds Bush Palladium to be transformed into serviced apartments.
Grosvenor Europe has sold Fleet Place House in the City of London to Beijing Capital Development Holdings (Beijing SHOKAI) for £96.5m.
Fitness brand Boom Cycle has announced plans for a new flagship studio at Circus West Village, part of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.
Saïd Holdings has completed a £137.5m refinancing of the debt on its Canary Wharf office building, 5 Churchill Place.
Oxford Properties is poised to make its first foray into build-to-rent (BTR) in a move that could see it commit “in excess of £1bn” to the burgeoning sector, Property Week can reveal.
The Metropolitan Police has hired Knight Frank to advise it on the disposal of around 250 surplus buildings in London.
Canary Wharf Group has approached agents about selling the 50% stake it manages in 20 Fenchurch Street, otherwise known as the Walkie Talkie, for around £600m.
Communities secretary Sajid Javid has given the go-ahead for Sellar Group’s Paddington Cube plans.
A deal for St Modwen and Vinci to sell their 1,900-home residential site at Nine Elms in Battersea has fallen through, the companies have confirmed.
London property features & opinion
Student accommodation developers are returning to central London to fill the void created by housebuilders retreating in the wake of the slowdown in the capital’s high-end residential market.
The economic value of London’s architecture sector was revealed for the first time last week in new research published by the mayor of London’s economics team in partnership with the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
Get Living is expanding its horizons beyond London, where it is best known as the owner and manager of the 1,439 homes at East Village in Stratford - one of the first and most recognisable rental developments in the UK.
London has held on to its position as the most attractive city in Europe for real estate investment despite concerns over Brexit, a major investor survey has found.
London property data
After a tough 2016, house prices in prime central London are forecast to grow by 10.3% over the next five years, according to Cluttons’ residential market outlook report.