FT Property: London

After the Brexit vote, London’s commercial property market briefly fell into disarray. Yet more than a year on, prices for some of the city’s best-known buildings are hitting records and property agents are toasting some of the largest deals of their lifetimes

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Fears of a Brexit slump have been replaced by the exhilaration of a dealmaking frenzy

Apple, Google, Amazon and others are remaking the capital’s office map

Landlords are looking beyond the M25 and to multiple occupancy for higher returns

The government has committed to releasing more public land to tackle the UK’s housing shortage

Take time to track down the extraordinary — it may not be around for long

Hard business sense and new tech aim to shift the famous market from punk to profit

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