The regeneration of Shinagawa Station and new residential and commercial developments are driving up house prices in some of Tokyo' most prestigious neighborhoods.
In the famous words of the legendary singer Tom Jones, “It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.” And just two years from now, the facade of the EDEN residential tower in Frankfurt am Main will be one of the greenest façade in the world...
EcoWorld London launched Jasmine House on 15 August, the second phase of their Verdo Kew Bridge development, a new neighbourhood within well-connected and burgeoning Brentford.
101 on Cleveland Street launches in the heart of Fitzrovia, W1
Berlin's housing shortage is continuing to drive up rents and property prices in Germany's capital, especially in its central districts.
As the eyes of the world turn to Tokyo ahead of the 2020 Olympics, extensive regeneration projects are making its CBDs even more appealing to visitors and longer-term stays.
Tokyo is going through extensive urban regeneration in the build up to the 2020 Olympics, especially in tech hub Shibuya.
Garrett Mansions at West End Gate bring new residences to one of Central London's most prestigious postcodes.
2020 will be here before we know it—and with it, Tokyo will welcome the Olympic Games. As the city looks forward to hosting the event, with all the tourism benefits it will bring, Japan’s housing market remains upbeat.