By  on November 12, 2019

LONDON — Pre-election anxiety, a Brexit deal that’s been postponed once again, and British high street woes have done little to dampen the appetite here for growth and investment in prime property.

Due to the new Alaïa and Chloé stores, to the refurbished Louis Vuitton flagship and to all of the public and private works going on in the neighborhood, New Bond Street and neighboring ones have become even hotter properties.

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