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Focus on : King's Cross - 2016

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Residential prices across London have grown strongly in recent years, but many areas which have seen large-scale regeneration and redevelopment have outperformed, and have the potential to continue to do so.

This has been the case in King’s Cross, with high-specification development coupled with an augmentation in the public realm and amenity helping underpin values. Average prices in prime central London rose by 70% between Q1 2009 and the beginning of Q3 2015, whereas average prices in King’s Cross and within a mile radius have climbed by more than 80%.

Source : Knight Frank


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