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New Homes in London on Offer – Exclusive Exhibition in Macau for Royal Arsenal Riverside from 2nd to 4th August

MACAU, 30 July 2013 – According to Jones Lang LaSalle, the sole agent, an exclusive exhibition will be conducted from 2nd to 4th August in Macau for the launch of Royal Arsenal Riverside, the most exciting riverside development in London developed by the leading UK developer Berkeley Homes.  Details as below:


Date:​ 2nd, 3rd and 4th August 2013 (Friday to Sunday)​
Time: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Venue:  ​ 5/F Finance and IT Center of Macau, Nam Van Lake, Quarteirao 5, Lote A, Macau

 ** Free admission.

Located along the River Thames in London, Royal Arsenal Riverside commands superb transport links to various parts of the city.  For example, it takes about 20-30 minutes to London City Airport, Canary Wharf and London Bridge. The developer is now launching the first batch of new homes, with many of which feature a balcony, terrace or winter garden and provide flexible layouts ranging in size from 442 to 1,131 sq ft.  A range of leisure facilities such as gym, gastropub, museum, cafe and pharmacy are readily available.  The development is ideal for families with its close proximity to some of the finest schools and universities such as Goldsmiths, University of London.

The first phase of the development is scheduled for completion in early 2015.  Prices start from £207,500, with a rental yield of up to 6%.

‘Properties in London have been increasing popular among Chinese buyers and investors.  This is attributable to the falling value of Pound and UK’s political stability, largely favourable tax structure, superb architecture and strong banking sector.  The transparency of the UK property market, the familiarity that most Asian investors have with London, the British education system, the English language and London’s mature, diverse property market all add to its appeal.  Given its superb location, Royal Arsenal Riverside is expected to arouse tremendous interest from buyers in Macau’, said Jeff Wong, Jones Lang LaSalle’s Head of Residential, Macau.