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Knightsbridge road runs along the south side of Hyde Park, west from Hyde Park Corner, spanning the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

This whole area is prestigious, and an area where where property, whether private or commercial office space is hugely sought after - and with rentals to match. One could argue then, without fear of contradiction, that Knightbridge is one of a handful of London areas which can rightly be described as the creme de la creme.

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In the neighbourhood of Knightsbridge we know that development land is most difficult to come by as the area is mostly made up of strictly controlled conservation areas. We find that  Most properties offered by developers are refurbished flats and houses, many of which now have huge basement extensions which accommodate a diverse range of facilities from swimming pools to private nightclubs.

It goes without saying that Knightsbridge is known throughout the world and renowned for being a highly expensive residential area, for the density of its upmarket retail outlets, famously Harrods, Harvey Nichols and many others, but equally for being so chic and exclusive. This is where the people with money like to shop.Knightsbridge has become the home to a great many household names both in banking and stores, indeed, Coutts, bankers to the Queen, have a flagship branch there alongside other banks for high net worth individuals and international fashion houses such as Chanel who have 2 stores there.

Some of the Capital's most famous restaurants are here, as are many exclusive hair and beauty salons, antiques and antiquities dealers, and a clutch of chic bars and clubs.

Taking all the above into account, would your business benefit from an address in Knightsbridge? A great many would indeed.



Last update: 11.07.2016