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News in Canary Wharf | InYourArea

Get the latest news and local information from in and around Canary Wharf and the Docklands with The Wharf - only at InYourArea.co.uk. The best for news in Canary Wharf.

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For sale: six flats priced at £100m... and the art on the walls will cost the same again

While crumbling country piles have been known to be worth less than the Titians and Canalettos hung on their walls, it’s far less common for the new homes  in central London’s most exclusive streets to be matched by the value of the art that comes with them. Next month, however, six apartments in the restored Park Crescent in Marylebone will be put up for sale at a total of £100 million — their interiors dripping with works by leading artists that are valued at exactly the same amount.

www.standard.co.uk

NEW LUXURY DEVELOPMENT SHOWCASES ART COLLECTION FOR FRIEZE WEEK

Amazon Property has collaborated with a leading art curator to transform six dressed residences at The Park Crescent - a luxury new property development - into an art exhibition that will run during the annual Frieze London art fair

www.theresident.co.uk

Frieze London Art Fair and Luxurious Property - The Wealth Scene

In the most Luxurious property event this year, Amazon Property are launching The Park Crescent to coincide with the annual Frieze London art fair.

www.thewealthscene.com

Prop Art: inside The Park Crescent

What happens when you combine £100 million of art with £100 million of super prime property?

www.hamhigh.co.uk

Luxury Daily

Amazon Property inaugurated its most recent real estate development project overlooking Regent’s Park, London with support from fine works of art valued at £100 million, or $124 million at current exchange rates.

www.luxurydaily.com

Can art help sell prime London property in a deflated market?

Park Crescent, near Regent's Park, launches to prime London property market with art exhibition.

www.ibtimes.co.uk

£60m already spent on super-prime properties near Regent’s Park

A second phase of high-end converted apartments is released following keen interest in the initial collection of prime property close to the Royal Park...

www.whathouse.com

News in Canary Wharf | InYourArea

Get the latest news and local information from in and around Canary Wharf and the Docklands with The Wharf - only at InYourArea.co.uk. The best for news in Canary Wharf.

www.wharf.co.uk

For sale: six flats priced at £100m... and the art on the walls will cost the same again

While crumbling country piles have been known to be worth less than the Titians and Canalettos hung on their walls, it’s far less common for the new homes  in central London’s most exclusive streets to be matched by the value of the art that comes with them. Next month, however, six apartments in the restored Park Crescent in Marylebone will be put up for sale at a total of £100 million — their interiors dripping with works by leading artists that are valued at exactly the same amount.

www.standard.co.uk

NEW LUXURY DEVELOPMENT SHOWCASES ART COLLECTION FOR FRIEZE WEEK

Amazon Property has collaborated with a leading art curator to transform six dressed residences at The Park Crescent - a luxury new property development - into an art exhibition that will run during the annual Frieze London art fair

www.theresident.co.uk

Frieze London Art Fair and Luxurious Property - The Wealth Scene

In the most Luxurious property event this year, Amazon Property are launching The Park Crescent to coincide with the annual Frieze London art fair.

www.thewealthscene.com

Prop Art: inside The Park Crescent

What happens when you combine £100 million of art with £100 million of super prime property?

www.hamhigh.co.uk

Luxury Daily

Amazon Property inaugurated its most recent real estate development project overlooking Regent’s Park, London with support from fine works of art valued at £100 million, or $124 million at current exchange rates.

www.luxurydaily.com

Can art help sell prime London property in a deflated market?

Park Crescent, near Regent's Park, launches to prime London property market with art exhibition.

www.ibtimes.co.uk

£60m already spent on super-prime properties near Regent’s Park

A second phase of high-end converted apartments is released following keen interest in the initial collection of prime property close to the Royal Park...

www.whathouse.com