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Articles -  City of london

Skanska U.K. to Build London Office Project for $160M

Skanska U.K. has completed an agreement with developer Helical Bar for the construction of a London project valued at $160 million.

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HSBC tower could be sold for over 1.1 billion pounds

London's largest and most expensive office building, HSBC Holding Plc's global headquarters, is up for sale and could fetch over 1.1 billion pounds (1.85 billion) a record price for the British market, the Financial Times reported.

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Average property prices in London's Canary Wharf soar due to high demand

Strong demand has forced average pricing in Canary Wharf up to around £750 per square foot, with some of the best units at new schemes pushing towards £1,100 per square foot, a new analysis shows.

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London Skyline Planner Sees Empty Luxury Homes Hurting City

Overseas buyers of London apartments who leave them vacant are hurting the city’s economy by making it too expensive for people who come to the capital to work, former City of London planning officer Peter Rees said.

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Real estate investment in London’s West End sees highest turnover since 1995

The second half of 2013 saw a considerable pick up in real estate investment activity in the West End of London, with £5.8 billion transacted, according to the latest analysis report from Savills.

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Demand and supply Imbalance starts to form in Lonon office market

Demand for properties in the office sector in London is starting to rise at the same time as supply falls, according to reports.

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Commercial property: Expect returns of '10pc this year, and next’

Private investors warmed to commercial property funds in the years up to the financial crisis – and then suffered setbacks as values fell. Now the sector is bouncing back very strongly, analysts say

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