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Gosta de Londres Record-Setting $237 Milhões Penthouse Venda

Como relatado anteriormente por Canal Mundial da Propriedade, Londres continua a definir o bar quando se trata de 'super-prime’ venda de imóveis de luxo em todo o mundo. Apenas Hong Kong, Mônaco e Nova York estão comandando semelhante 5 dígitos 'por pé quadrado’ poder de precificação (em dólares dos EUA).

Para validar o ponto One Hyde Park anunciou esta semana a venda de um opulento 16,000 penthouse pé quadrado para 140 million pounds (237 milhões de dólares americanos).

Auxiliado por oligarcas russos ricos e xeques árabes, Londres tornou-se um dos mercados mais caros na Terra, levantando preocupações de que os moradores estão sendo espremido para fora do mercado. Este é o mesmo "preço-aperto’ fenômenos que jogam fora em outras cidades de crescimento alta de preços ao redor do mundo, como San Francisco.

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“Estamos nos preços em tempo explosão, mais caro do que jamais houve na história da humanidade,” Nick Candy, um dos desenvolvedores do One apartamentos de luxo Hyde Park de Londres, no auge do setor residencial super-privilegiada da capital, contou Reuters.

“Há uma preocupação com o superaquecimento do mercado … Todo mundo pensa que o principal centro de Londres está indo tão bem, (assim) o efeito cascata que vai todo o Reino Unido, e alguns dos preços que estão sendo alcançados são provavelmente irrealista e não sustentável.”

No entanto, o dinheiro ainda flui em.

Quando a fonte disse que a compra penthouse recorde no One Hyde Park foi um comprador da Europa de Leste.

recorde anterior da Grã-Bretanha para um apartamento foi criado há três anos pelo bilionário ucraniano Rinat Akhemtov, que pagou 136 million pounds ($229 milhões de USD) tanto para um apartamento e apartamento One Hyde Park e fundiu-los juntos em uma única unidade.

No entanto, enquanto os russos e árabes uber-ricos continuam chegando ao mercado imobiliário high-end de Londres, muitos de vale famílias alta-net da Ásia não está sentindo o mesmo amor de Londres como Canal Mundial da Propriedade relatado anteriormente em uma história intitulada: Os compradores asiáticos Sinta Unwelcomed em Londres.

compradores asiáticos estão cada vez mais preocupados com o sentimento anti-estrangeiro, tanto no governo e o público britânico, que já levou a um aumento no imposto sobre ganhos de capital a partir de abril 15, 2014. – Veja mais em: http://www.worldpropertychannel.com/europe-residential-news/one-hyde-park-penthouse-sale-record-penthouse-sales-price-prime-luxury-property-sales-report-nick-candy-rinat-akhemtov-8232.php#sthash.VUcyAY6Q.mADIfL0W.dpuf

De Michael Gerrity | Pode 5, 2014 10:43 AM ET

Desenvolvimento High-end chamado Imperial Wharf.

Organizado em três andares, as duas coberturas têm vista para o Tâmisa e Londres e acesso a um porteiro 24 horas, jardins e ginásio. As propriedades podem ser comprados separadamente ou em conjunto para criar uma casa de família enorme.

You don’t get much more luxurious than Neo Bankside.

Neo Bankside, um desenvolvimento beira-mar ao lado da Tate Modern. Sua “Tipo F” apartamentos oferecem três quartos, high ceilings and astonishing views over London’s skyline.

The first major residential development in the City of London.

The Heron has a number of “panoramic” apartments on its upper levels that have amazing views over the capital. The apartments feature terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and have high-end kitchens with Gaggenau appliances.

Oberoi, Marriott to Turn Mumbai Slums to London’s One Hyde Park

Oberoi Realty Ltd. (OBER) will team up with Marriott International Inc. to open Mumbai’s first Ritz-Carlton hotel as part of a slum redevelopment that includes luxury homes.

“This will be India’s One Hyde Park; they will be the most-expensive apartments in the country,” Oberoi Realty’s billionaire Chairman Vikas Oberoi said in an interview in Mumbai, referring to the U.K.’s most-expensive housing complex in London. The penthouses in the condominium project will be the “most expensive in India,” he said.

Oberoi Realty, India’s second-biggest developer by market value, and Sahana Group, a Mumbai-based firm that specializes in redevelopment, is developing the site in South Mumbai’s Worli area, Oberoi said. The 238-room Ritz-Carlton, the hotel brand owned by the Marriott, will operate in one of the two towers in the project.

Constrained by a more than four-decade-old law limiting height in built-up areas of India’s financial capital, developers are constructing luxury towers in shanty towns and re-housing the slum-dwellers in new flats. Home prices in Mumbai, India’s most expensive real estate market, rose to a record last quarter, according to Liases Foras Real Estate Rating & Research Pvt.

First Ritz-Carlton

When the Ritz-Carlton opens in Mumbai in 2017, it will be the second in the country after the one that opened in the south Indian city of Bengaluru last year, according to the hotel’s website.

Oberoi is trying to replicate similar projects in London where residential property prices are soaring. A penthouse in London’s One Hyde Park luxury apartment complex valued at as much as 175 million pounds ($298 million) was sold by Christian Candy’s CPC Group Ltd., CPC said last month. A sale at that price would value the property at more than 10,000 pounds per square foot, a U.K. record, Oliver Hooper, director of broker Huntly Hooper Ltd. said.

Prices in Mumbai increased 6.6 percent to 12,747.83 rupees ($212) a square foot in the three months to March 31, according to Liases Foras.

The second tower of about 67-stories will have luxury apartments starting at 7,500 metros quadrados (697 square meters), and will cost a minimum of 380 million rupees, Oberoi said. Sales are expected to begin in September, he said.

Slum Reality

Demand for such homes may be slow in Mumbai, Pankaj Kapoor, founder of Liases Foras, said in an interview yesterday. More than half of Mumbai’s over 18 million residents live in slums, according to Sahana Group Chairman Sudhakar Shetty. That’s higher than the population of Switzerland, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Demand for high-end housing priced above 50 million rupees remains low and inventory of unsold luxury housing stands at over 100 months, Kapoor said, adding that a “healthy market” normally maintains about eight months of inventory.

Under the partnership, Ritz-Carlton will also manage the apartments for homebuyers and offer them services including in-residence spa treatments, in-house dining and catering and concierge facilities, according to Oberoi Realty.

Newly elected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has renewed optimism that he will help revive Asia’s third-largest economy and its real estate industry after his landslide victory in May, Oberoi said.

“We are lucky to have a prime minister like Mr. Modi, who has clarity on how he wants to take the country forward,” Oberoi said. “All we need in real estate is for him to simplify rules and allow us to work.”

Vikas Oberoi’s 75 percent stake in Oberoi Realty is worth more than $1 billion as of June 19, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.