By  on November 14, 2018

LONDON – Unruffled by Brexit uncertainties and the threat of yet another worldwide financial crisis, London’s property companies are forging ahead with developments across the city center and on both banks of the Thames River.

They are bullish to say the least — and why wouldn’t they be? Brexit or not, the tourists just keep flowing into town: The West End alone sees 200 million visitors annually, according to the New West End Company, which lobbies on behalf of businesses in the area. The areas around Oxford and Regent streets are poised to see an additional 60 million visitors after the new Elizabeth Line opens in the second half of 2019.

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