Knight Frank news
Knight Frank is delighted to announce it has recruited a new Head of Sales to its Belsize Park office with the appointment of local market expert Orly Lehmann.
Leading developer, Kersfield, in conjunction with Knight Frank has launched the luxury development Burwalls, in one of Bristol’s most notable listed buildings.
Leading developer, Kersfield, in conjunction with Knight Frank have launched the luxury development Burwalls, in one of Bristol’s most notable listed buildings.
Tech start-ups face the highest costs in London, New York and San Francisco, according to new research from Knight Frank.
Rents in London’s skyscrapers remain at record levels despite uncertainty caused by the EU Referendum, according to the latest Skyscraper Index from Knight Frank.
Emerging tech hotspots around the world will see the highest rental growth until the end of 2019 as companies look to grow in locations with the highest concentrations of creative talent, according to Knight Frank’s 2017 Global Cities Report.
Property has become a more attractive asset class since the UK’s European Union Referendum vote on June 23, according to research conducted by Knight Frank.
If you are buying commercial real estate, and have US$100 million to spend, you are likely to get more for your money in the US than Asia, according to global agent Knight Frank.
Landlords in prime central London are having to show increased levels of flexibility as stock levels rise, says Tom Bill.
Despite the seasonal summer lull, there are grounds to believe activity will increase in the autumn, says Tom Bill.