Native Land successfully secured 38 sales at four of its prime residential developments during 2020, despite the uncertainties of Brexit and Coronavirus. The combined sales achieved more than £100 million, reinforcing the company’s position as a leader in the luxury residential sector with good resilience through market cycles. Following this strong rate of sales, Native Land has no completed residential properties available.
Nicholas Gray – Sales & Marketing Director said: “Native Land always prioritises exceptional design, attention to detail and outstanding amenities. This emphasis on quality, coupled with the prime locations of our developments, has enabled us to consistently attract buyers and achieve strong sales success despite the uncertainty of Brexit and the current Coronavirus pandemic.”
Holland Park Villas, a fully gated and secure collection of 72 apartments, completed its final three sales during lockdown, including the sale of the penthouse. Holland Park Villas offers residents thoughtfully designed living spaces coupled with 12,000 sq ft of 5* amenities and is one of only a few new large-scale residential developments to complete in Kensington in over 15 years.
TwentyFive in Marylebone is Native Land’s newest development to come to the market. A partnership with The Portman Estate, the scheme has already sold 11 of its 23 apartments, together with two penthouses. TwentyFive forms part of a larger mixed-use development which also includes OneThreeSix, 44,500 sq ft of Grade A workspace and four retail units, all due for completion during Q1 and Q2 2021.
In Edinburgh, Native Land has partnered with Nuveen Real Estate to deliver New Eidyn, the residential element of the landmark development St James Quarter, one of the UK’s largest and most significant regeneration projects. During Q2 and Q3, all 22 residences in the first phase – and more – were either sold or reserved.
At Burlington Gate, in the centre of Mayfair, Native Land completed the sale of two duplex penthouses in April and December. Burlington Gate comprises 42 apartments together with extensive gallery spaces on the ground and lower ground floors, all designed by world-renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
As a leading, world-class developer in a global city, Native Land commissions top-tier designers on its residential projects, always seeking to set new standards in luxury living for its portfolio of domestic and international clients. Appointments on current projects include award-winning practices Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Stiff + Trevillion, PLP Architecture, Make, Marcus Barnett Studio, Hudson & Mercer, and Studio Ashby.
The company also curates an impeccable lifestyle for each of its developments, for example collaborating with exclusive wellness brand BODYISM and perfumery Miller Harris, and forming a cultural partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts.
Native Land is behind some of prime central London’s most acclaimed luxury residential developments. Its completed portfolio further comprises 10 Montrose Place in Belgravia, Cheyne Terrace in Chelsea and the multi-award-winning NEO Bankside, immediately next to Tate Modern on London’s South Bank. Future projects include Bankside Yards, a 1.4m sq ft mixed-use development again on the South Bank; the revitalisation of South Kensington Underground Station in partnership with Transport for London; and Kilmuir House, a super-prime residential development in Belgravia.
Native Land developments have been recognised by numerous UK and international awards, including the RIBA London Award and RIBA National Award and being shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, the Sunday Times British Homes Awards, the RESI Awards, the UK Property Awards and the International Property Awards.