Pinks Mews features in The Mail on Sunday, in a look at the changing landscape of London’s property market and the new developments behind this shift
Regeneration across London has given way to state-of-the-art transport links and a wide range of new contemporary amenities. In the wake of this shift in the capital’s landscape, emerging residential hotspots have been able to topple many mainstays of prime central London.
In few areas is this more evident than Camden, a bustling hub of city workers, young professionals and members of London’s eclectic creative communities. The area has enjoyed the strongest property growth of all 33 of London’s boroughs, seeing average price rises of an impressive 13% in 2017. Holborn, in particular, shines a light on Camden’s staggering investment potential. Right on the doorstep of the West End, the area has become home to a number of professionals looking to live in a hive of activity for both business and leisure. According to figures from CBRE, residential values in the neighbourhood have stored an astonishing 64.6% between 2012 and 2017.
One of our latest developments, Pinks Mews, is set in the heart of Holborn and features in The Mail on Sunday as a major contributor to the property appeal of the area. The properties are set within a secluded Victorian Mews, offering a mixture of luxurious apartments, penthouses, and loft-style homes spread over 35 units.