The handbook of the luxury property industry
The PrimeResi Quarterly Journal is published, as you might expect, four times a year, featuring a selection of the best bits of PrimeResi.com as well as original articles, research and market data. Informative, intelligent, and full of useful stuff, the Journal is intended to be an antidote to the glossy property pornography that so many other magazines do so well.
This seventh edition, published in October 2016, comes with a slightly upgraded look - in line with our recent website renovation - and an exclusive new Prime Movers index of the top 40 buying agencies in Britain.
Copies will be landing on subscribers' desks and doormats from Friday 21st October, and our digital edition will be live from Monday morning (24th October) - when the Prime Movers index will be published online.
Alongside ranked profiles of the top 40 residential property acquisition specialists currently operating in Britain, the 350-page Journal comes packed with news, analysis, features and data, delivering an in-depth overview of these unruly times for the luxury property sector.
Featuring contributions from some of the industry's most informed, influential and opinionated characters, this edition looks at how Brexit, interest rates and - overpoweringly - transaction costs continue to reshape the prime resi landscape, making stakes at the top end "frightening". As legendary developer John Hunter puts it: “Leaps of faith have gone out the window”.
Hunter's journey to create Tenhurst is featured alongside an array of world-class schemes in our Development Quarter section, including the amazing reincarnation of the famous Admiralty Arch, the building of an £800m skyscraper, and the revival of a long-forgotten corner of Knightsbridge.
You’ll also find a digest of all the key people moves and business plays from the last three months, our essential look through the most interesting deals and instructions, plus in-depth interviews with inspiring executive coach Oona Collins and the head of Assael Architecture’s new interior design division, Anya Sokolskaya.
There are masterclasses on everything from short lets to surveys in our Reference Briefings section, a buyers' mooch around the mansions of Regent’s Park and Mayfair, and a tour of ten remarkable projects from SHH Architecture & Interior Design as it celebrates 25 years at the top.
PrimeResi Quarterly, No.7 (Autumn 2016)
£30 per copy
Discounts for orders of five copies or more
£24 per copy