The specialist property developer, credited with transforming some of London’s most iconic addresses in luxury residences, creates timeless assets targeted as strong investment opportunities for GCC investors
Crossrail has turned many of us into train spotters. Who would have thought that the state-of-the-art trains being introduced this month on the eastern part of the high-speed line would have piqued such interest?
A penthouse address has a certain cachet that comes with an expectation of exclusivity and glamour.
The Grade II listed structure—which is located near Covent Garden and Soho in London’s West End—is now being reimagined as a luxurious residential community by local development company Almacantar.
How the capital’s skyline has changed in the last 10 years, with high-rise buildings shooting up in the City, Isle of Dogs, Nine Elms, Blackfriars and the South Bank.
Almacantar is a specialist property development company transforming some of Central London’s most iconic addresses into luxury homes, offices and retail spaces that will uplift the surrounding areas for generations to come.
New designer homes launch from Covent Garden to Marble Arch as Crossrail sparks a residential revival
A recent event at Masso restaurant hosted by UK property advisor Nadia Shaheen aimed to shine a light on the benefits of property ownership for women.
KUWAIT CITY, March 8: Almacantar, the London property development company and the British Embassy, Kuwait, hosted an event for female investors on investing in UK real estate and to introduce them to an exclusive investment opportunity, Centre Point.
The much-anticipated completion of Centre Point, a landmark building in London’s West End, is scheduled for this summer.
Centre Point is being re-invented as a prime central London address and one tenant hasn’t quite mastered the skill of changing a light bulb…
UK property has traditionally had an allure for buyers from the Gulf – be it private investors, sovereign wealth funds or wealthy families. Gulf investors are now increasingly taking advantage of the devaluation of the pound as a result of the referendum to acquire trophy assets in the UK
Almacantar has released the first images from inside its hotly-anticipated redevelopment of Centre Point.
Event and restaurant caterer Rhubarb will be adding Centre Point in London to its growing restaurants and bars portfolio in late 2017.
82 apartments in the iconic West End tower are being built in the spirit of modernity but with 1960s style and Crossrail access
The penthouse is arguably the most important and defining property within a residential development. Not only is the penthouse known for being the highest value unit within a building, but it can also bring up the value of the floors below.
Each week, we interview a successful woman to find out how she made it to the top, and get tips on maintaining a successful work-life balance. This week, we meet Kathrin Hersel, the property director at Almacantar.
Centre Point, London W1
The grade II listed office block at the junction of Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street is being converted into 82 apartments by Almacantar. Prices from £1.825 million
Centre Point, an exclusive residential and retail development in the heart of London, has grown in popularity with buyers from Thailand. The number of apartments sold to Thai nationals has doubled since the June “Brexit” vote to leave the European Union.
Forget the London Eye. Skip Buck House. Some of London’s greatest landmarks are hiding in plain sight. We celebrate them
Contrary to popular belief, developers don’t actually have a magic money tree. If we could design and build one, we would, but without one we have to guarantee that our projects are viable and generate healthy profits to keep our shareholders confident and our businesses growing.
One of the delights of London is discovering its secret history. Turn a corner and discover a hidden garden square, a row of mews in the shadow of an avenue of towering townhouses, or artists’ studios squirrelled away beside a row of shops.
At each end of Oxford Street, arguably the UK’s most famous shopping district, stands an imposing reminder of the 1960s.
Things are looking up in London – and when we say up, we mean it.
Some of the most distinctive buildings in the capital are getting a makeover, so now’s the time to buy a pad in a London landmark.
It is not quite the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, rather it is the new Crossrail station at Paddington in London. But if you look up when jostling to catch your train, you will at least be looking at art.
As part of the Lumiere London festival which starts today, the iconic neon letters from the Centre Point building will make Trafalgar Square their home while the landmark, which was commissioned by Harry Hyams and designed by Richard Seifert, is transformed into a new residential, restaurant and retail destination by property development and investment company Almacantar.
Rick Mather Architects and Conran and Partners will create 82 exclusive residential apartments from the former office building for property developer Almacantar, The building, including its highly acclaimed concrete fenestration, will undergo a full redevelopment. The changes have now been approved by Camden Council, and are supported by English Heritage and will respect the history …
The first apartments to go on sale at the West End’s only residential sky-scraper, Centre Point, have been snapped up “at the asking price”, the Standard can reveal.
Design duo Eley Kishimoto have found a larger-than-usual surface for their creations.
Both reviled and admired, London’s Centre Point tower at the east end of Oxford Street has stirred controversy ever since it was first erected in 1966.
construction is now under way on a public square underneathRichard Seifert’s iconic Centre Point tower in London, as part of a major redevelopment by Rick Mather Architects and Conran & Partners (+movie).
London landmark Centre Point, which stood vacant for a decade, is set to become the latest home for the world’s super-wealthy after property group Almacantar unveiled plans to build apartments worth up to £50m at the site.
Mike Hussey’s Almacantar will today start the residential redevelopment of London landmark Centre Point, WC1.
Centre Point skyscraper, a symbol of London’s “Swinging Sixties”, is turning to high fashion as part of its transformation into luxury homes.
Work begins today on transforming London’s Centre Point, where a host of designers have been engaged in interiors, public realm and branding projects.
Construction works for Almacantar’s Centre Point in London gets underway today, with the 1960s tower being redeveloped with 82 residential apartments.
One of London’s most infamous landmarks, Centre Point tower at the east end of Oxford Street designed by Richard Seifert in the sixties begins its transformation to a second life today.