A former military base doesn’t exactly sound like the most luxurious spot to set up home, but Chelsea Barracks in central London’s preeminent enclave of Belgravia will change your mind.
There have already been almost 400 property sales in Brooklyn of over $3m in 2021.
Retirement village operator Summerset has inked a landmark sustainability-linked loan related to reductions in carbon emissions and construction waste and, less typically, the development of dementia care. Its domestic peers are also expected to take the green finance path.
With government investment and streamlined planning, widespread electrification of Australian households can save energy and cut costs, shows analysis from not-for-profit Rewiring Australia.
What should replace gas boilers and who should pay?
A new report from Knight Frank shows HNWIs want to upgrade their primary residences with well-being top of the agenda.
The majority of African cities are struggling with flooding, housing deficits and poor sewerage connectivity, all of which are caused by poor planning and rapid urbanisation.
With self-healing concrete expected to become a more integral part of urban construction schemes, this much-maligned material could have a positive future.
Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Austin are home to the largest backyards in America.
The Covid-19 pandemic put a lot of attention on the role of parks and green spaces – particularly in large cities. But, not all of this attention has been positive.