Wine cellar, a private cinema, a 21-meter pool with ozonation, a private spa complex, squash court, golf simulator, video game room, conference rooms and food, cooked the best cooks - if all this is one of your requirements for amenities , then perhaps in the British capital for you to find a suitable apartment, wrote tranio.ru.
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The idea of ??a residential complex belonging to two businessmen - the brothers Christian and Nick Candy. To implement the ambitious plan of their company CPC Group has established a joint venture with Waterknights, which is owned by a famous Qatari Sheikh Hamad al-Thani.
The total area of ??One Hyde Park more than 65,000 m?. Prices for apartments start at 6.5 million pounds for a one bedroom apartment and up to 140 million for the penthouse.
Demand for apartments in this complex most likely demonstrate the degree of confidence in the financial super-rich investors in London property market, writes the Telegraph.
When the project started four years ago, few believed that he will be successful. However, the Candy brothers claim that 60% of apartments have been sold, mostly to investors from the Middle East and Asia.
Manage the complex will be international hotel chain Mandarin Oriental, based in Hong Kong part of the Corporation Jardine Matheson.
Success story of Christian and Nick Candy deserves attention. His first one-bedroom apartment they bought in 1995 for 122,000 pounds, taking loans from relatives. After making repairs, they used the apartment for their own needs, but 18 months later sold it for 172,000 euros.
From 1995 to 1999, Candy in his spare time involved in repairing flats, and, ultimately, decided to open his own business. Business quickly took off - in 2008 the brothers together with the Government of Qatar participated in the massive deal worth 900 million pounds to buy land in Chelsea, which previously housed the army barracks.