Citi offers to buy London skyscraper HQ for £1.2bn

Citigroup is in talks to buy its London skyscraper office for about £1.2bn, as the US bank commits its long-term future to the UK despite the political and economic turmoil surrounding Brexit.Citi hopes...

Henderson property fund changes pricing amid outflows

Janus Henderson has changed the pricing of its £2.7bn UK property fund to forestall the effects of outflows, after the sector experienced a surge in investors pulling their money out in recent months.Henderson...

The political game behind Amazon’s retreat from New York

When Stuart Appelbaum met three of Amazon’s top executives in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office on Wednesday, he had no reason to doubt that the retail giant was still coming to New York. Mr...

Throwing stones at people in London’s glass houses

Forcing wealthy property owners to cover their panoramic views with net curtains isn’t exactly justice for younger people priced out of the housing market, but it feels like a small gesture towards it....

Property group Segro to raise £450m to fund new developments

Segro, the UK’s largest listed property company by market capitalisation, is to raise £450m in a placing to fund new developments. The company specialises in warehouses, and has benefited from a boom in...

Research reveals who made the most money from UK property

The “lucky few” who bought a home in 2009, as the UK housing market was reeling from the financial crisis, made more profit if they sold last year than those who purchased in...

How to plan a basement without digging yourself in a hole

Robbie Williams won an unlikely planning battle late last year with his next-door neighbour Jimmy Page. The trouble was caused by Williams’s plans to construct a basement beneath his west London garden, and...

Glitzy new developments on the rise in Fitzrovia

Five years ago, London’s prime property market was booming. The price of luxury homes was growing faster than anywhere else in the world and developers began to scour neighbourhoods to seek out new...

The Hong Kong property bubble that won’t burst

Hong Kong has been deemed the world’s “least affordable” housing market for nine straight years, according to a major survey. Don’t be surprised if nine becomes ten. A decade of eye-watering growth pushed...

Kalanick secretly ramps up new food delivery venture

Travis Kalanick is secretly ramping up his first big venture after being pushed out as head of Uber, raiding his old company for staff as part of a multimillion-dollar plan to build a worldwide...

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