“When a gentleman is tired of London he is tired of life” – Samuel Johnson
If London where to be described in property terms she would be a super-structure built on Roman foundations – each layer being applied steadily – marked by history, creating London as we know it today – the perfect binding of past & present.
The most prized locations in London have a combined property value of $1 Trillion.
The Number One Shopping destination in the world – $100 Billion annually.
Green space covers 40% of London, making it the world’s greenest major city
The Shard (310m) tallest residential building in the EU.
One Hyde Park (£135 m) most expensive apartment in the world
1 LONDON 2 Opera Houses 3 Olympic Games 4 UNESCO sites 6 International Airports 43 Universities 66 Michelin Stars 72 Nobel Laureates 173 Museums 300 Languages 349 Live Music Venues 566 Cinema Screens 857 Art Galleries 4500 Pubs & Bars 7000 Animals in London Zoo 11388 Comedy Performances 37450 Restaurants . . .