Work, Resi & Play: How London’s City & fringe market came of age

Average prices in the City itself have shot up by a remarkable 81% in the last five years, says CBRE

There was a time when the City was just a place where people in bowler hats went to work. But after a construction spike that’s delivered 1,000 new homes in the last seven years and added a further 740 to the pipeline, this part of the capital is shaping up into a major resi contender.

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