It is the common areas and amenity spaces where sales will be won and lost for London’s new breed of super-prime residential developments, says Mathew Dalby, Creative Director of The Studio at Harrods. Developers need to up their game to create extraordinary environments that exceed expectations and add real value for residents.
A quick glance across London’s rooftops and you can’t help but notice the sheer number of cranes on the skyline. Reconstruction and development is back in full swing with 263 towers proposed, approved or under construction
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