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Oliver Gibson, Director of Residential Development & Investment at JLL, shares his outlook for the Prime Central London Property market in 2021, his thoughts on why London remains one of…Continue reading full article
As the days grow longer and brighter, I write again, full of optimism and hope for a return to some form of ‘normal’. Despite the challenges we have encountered across our business and the impact of another lockdown, I am proud to report that, alongside our partners, Northacre have weathered the storm. Both our developments, The Broadway, and No. 1 Palace Street, have progressed successfully against much adversity.
The striking facades of the six towers that stand tall at The Broadway are now visible and are simply magnificent. From our first visit to the site we were struck by the views across London’s monuments from every vista. Squire & Partners’ modern Art Deco interpretation of this development is encapsulated by these enormous diamonds, shining a light on some of the capital’s most magnificent buildings.
At No. 1 Palace Street, seeing really is believing. The development, now only months away from completion, is emerging in all its glory. Two show apartments are now complete and are available for viewings, adhering to the latest COVID-19 guidelines. Upon visiting, I was lucky enough to sneak a glimpse of the penthouses, which will be available to view later this spring. Time and time again, I am struck by the outstanding engineering that has gone into the restoration. Each of the five architectural styles has been sympathetically revitalised, together creating a masterpiece of architecture through the ages.
There is much to anticipate over the coming months, and I look forward to welcoming many of you to London, and our sites, very soon.
CEO Niccolò Barattieri di San PietroBack to Journal