Family values draw investors from around the world to Pinks Mews

Tempus features Pinks Mews in a look at the luxury lifestyle phenomena that have been drawing international investors to the capital

Recently, Knight Frank’s residential development partner Alex Carr walked Tempus through some of London’s new emerging lifestyle trends, and the knock-on effect they have had on our city’s latest developments.

Interior of a Pinks Mews' loft-style apartment
Interior of a Pinks Mews’ loft-style apartment

Family values

Carr sites world-class higher education as one of London’s major draws. This has driven families from overseas to search out properties that are in easy reach of the city’s top universities, such as our client Pinks Mews in Holborn. The development is a mere six-minute walk from the University of the Arts London, and a ten-minute walk from the prestigious London School of Economics. A little further afield is King’s College London, which residents can reach via their choice of a ten-minute bus journey or fourteen-minute walk.

Pink Mews courtyard
Pinks Mews, courtyard

Pinks Mews is set just off High Holborn, on a secluded private road that was once the home of a guild of artisan dyers. Today, the site is home to a development comprising 35 luxuriously appointed boutique apartments, penthouses and unique loft-style properties.

The full article can be read on the Tempus website here.

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