Frank Harris and Company looks forward to a strong residential market in The City for 2011
Tina Evans from Frank Harris and Company’s Barbican, City and Clerkenwell office, writes: “We had an incredibly busy year for property sales in the City of London during 2010, with both demand and prices remaining strong.
“Our prediction for 2011 is that this will continue, thanks in no small part to the ongoing construction of the Crossrail project which will transform the Clerkenwell and Farringdon area.
“Once open, Farringdon will be the only station from which passengers will be able to access Crossrail, Thameslink and London Underground trains. Approximately 140 trains will be passing through Farringdon station per hour with 140,000 passengers using this busy interchange every day.”
If you would like to find out more about this exciting project and how it may affect property prices in the area, then feel free to contact Tina on 020 7600 7000 or click here.
The new Farringdon Crossrail station
New Jamie Oliver restaurant in the City – great for residents and tourists alike
Tina Evans, from the Frank Harris and Co office in Long Lane , writes:
“I have recently been lucky enough to eat at the new Jamie Oliver restaurant Barbecoa, which is within One New Change, the new shopping centre in Cheapside.
“Our table had views directly onto St Paul’s Cathedral, the food was superbly cooked on the grill and we were looked after by the lovely Holly who could not have been more helpful.
“Finally we and the other 9,000 or so residents living in the City have places to go at the weekend!”
The opening of One New Change is representative of the changes taking place in the City. If you would like expert advice on the area and the types of property available, then do contact us at our Barbican, City & Clerkenwell office and we’ll be happy to help. Or if you wish to find out more about this part of London, then click here.