Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Tuesday, April 28, 2015   

Abu Dhabi runs out of steam on lower oil prices
Lower oil prices are likely to cause Abu Dhabi's residential property sector to stabilize in 2015 following a two-year price boom as sentiment weakens and government spending in some areas slows, industry consultants say.

Still sizzling in Seattle
The housing market in Seattle is expanding faster than expected, hardly showing any sign of slowing down.

Dynamic living
With a wealth of vibrant retail areas, restaurants, entertainment and leisure facilities, Alto is an exciting new development in the heart of northwest London.

The new Vancouver icon
Hailed as the next iconic landmark on Vancouver's skyline, Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver is located at West Georgia Street near Thurlow Street.

Grand design
Grand Central is a new and exciting residential development in the vibrant city of Cambridge. Offering exquisite living for all lifestyles, the project is marked by remarkable style and exemplary quality.

Putney green
Putney Rise, a low-rise development nestled near the top of Putney Hill, offers picturesque views and luxurious metropolitan living in the heart of London.

Map to the sky
Inspired to reflect its surroundings, the Atlas Building is established in one of London's most exhilarating neighborhoods, and comprises a slender 40-story residential tower and a nine- story office building, atop a series of generous, well-laid public spaces.

Stocking up as markets soar
Investors have been swooping on a red-hot housing market, gobbling up several apartments in one go amid an even hotter stock market.

Retail sales under pressure
Hong Kong's retail sector is under pressure from the mainland's austerity and anti-corruption campaign, which has dented luxury spending.

Central London drifts eastward
While most overseas investors focus on the property market in central London, some others are seeking investment in the city's boroughs. Research by consultant Jones Lang LaSalle shows Shoreditch should now be classified as a core London market.

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