London certainly has its fair share of fancy postcodes! Just take a moment to picture Belgravia’s Eaton Square or the extravagant high streets of Kensington and Chelsea – taking a casual around there would be enough to convince anyone that the residents are not far off, if not already, solid members of the Fortune 500 list!
On September 19th, Boutique London came together with Chelsea Waterfront to open Tower West to an exclusive guestlist of HNW investors, property professionals and social media influencers. Each guest took to the building’s brand-new show apartments eager for a glimpse at the stunning lifestyle on offer.
With 55 different billionaires and a total net worth of $226 billion, London is one of the world’s most popular choices for ultra-wealthy city-dwellers. And of course, nowhere else in the capital is a more fitting playground for them than Chelsea. As London’s wealthiest borough, its residents are next door to the likes of Chelsea manager Roman Abramovich, Formula One owner Tamara Ecclestone, and Britain’s second richest man Len Blavatnik.
London’s Southbank is in increasing demand for business and residential space. This trend is neither new, nor due for a slowdown anytime soon! We are delighted to have this exclusive opportunity to talk to you about one of the area’s most highly anticipated new builds – Triptych Bankside, located right in the heart of this vibrant region.
Leading luxury design studio, Morpheus London has over 20-years’ experience in the industry and is currently operating in the world’s most desirable locations: Courchevel 1850, Marbella, Monaco, Shanghai, Singapore to name but a few. With a primary focus on excellence in design and quality, Morpheus is a multi-talented collective who carry a broad range of skills and experience.
Rebecca Shaw, Author
Why Now is the time to Buy in London
Savvy investors are turning to London property, lured by a weakened Sterling and increased bargaining power. The capital’s prime residential property sector has always been attractive to investors during times of increased demand for haven assets – and now is no different.
Over the years, Chelsea has perfectly mastered the balancing act of being modern and chic while keeping a tight grip on its old school vintage charm. Lots Road exemplifies this like no other London thoroughfare could, winding through relics of the capital’s past, the cutting edge of its contemporary culture and the future of its soaring skyline.
Rebecca Shaw, Author