In London, introduced the most expensive in the world of new development

20.01.2011 09:52
Prices per square meter in a new complex of luxury residences of London's One Hyde Park is running an international hotel operator Mandarin Oriental was 65 thousand pounds, said brokerage firm Knight Frank.

On Wednesday, the official opening of the building - world record holder for the highest cost per square meter.

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The four sections of the complex are 86 apartments and three retail sections. The building connects Hyde Park and Knightsbridge street and has panoramic views over Hyde Park, the Serpentine lake, Sloane Street and Harrods.

One Hyde Park includes the first residences under management Mandarin Oriental, opened in Europe. Residents of the complex receive 24-hour service from the adjacent hotel Mandarin Oriental Hotel London, as well as have access to their own infrastructure, including facilities which the private cinema, swimming pool with ozone treatment, saunas and steam baths, gym, recreation rooms and spa rooms, a squash court , golf simulator, video game room, wine cellar, conference rooms, library, secure underground parking, service car service.

Company Rolex, McLaren and Bank of Abu Dhabi plans to open showrooms in shopping sections One Hyde Park earlier this year.

Project Owner One Hyde Park Company Project Grande Limited (established through a partnership between development company CPC Group and the Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabir al-Thani), had invited 350 guests from the world of architecture, design, fashion, business, and representatives of the world of royal birth.

According to the company Knight Frank, in spite of the economically unstable time and risks associated with investments in new buildings under construction have been sold for more than 50% of apartments worth more than ? 1 billion.

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