The property world has been paying tribute to one of Britain’s most influential developers, Harry Hyams, who sadly passed away at the weekend aged 87.
The mastermind behind London’s iconic Centre Point tower started off as office boy at a real estate firm aged just seventeen. Canny investments brought him his first million by his late twenties and he went on to build an empire, staffed, according to legend, by a team of just six.
Designed by George Marsh and Richard Seifert, the 385-foot Brutalist structure that would define his
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