The Makers Building on Nile Street is a development of 175 new homes designed by @avantiarchitects with interior design by @woodsbagot -
An urban retreat nestled between the vibrancy of Shoreditch and the financial district of the City of London, the development consists of an interconnected podium and tower, reaching 28 storeys, housing five studio flats, 155 two and three bedroom apartments, and a small number of family duplexes with private roof gardens.
A generous provision of private communal facilities includes a double-height entrance lobby that hosts a 24/7 concierge, screening room, two landscaped garden terraces, a gym, a treatment room & three lounges.
The majority of the apartments have open balconies and the top floor family duplexes have large private landscaped roof gardens offering an enviable inside-outside connection that is rare in the heartof the city.
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📍Regents Park, Central London
LETTING £625 per week utilities bills included.
A beautiful fully furnished, two bedroom house located on the boarders of St John's Wood and Regent's Park. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The property has been finished to a high standard and benefits from a state of the art wireless control system for heating and security.
The property comprises an entrance hallway with built in storage, large open plan kitchen and reception room with dining area and door leading to spacious patio garden, double bedroom with super king size bed, single bedroom/study and luxury bathroom with bath and shower. The property is offered fully furnished with all utilities (apart from council tax), alarm system and internet included in the rent. Additional benefits include quiet aspect throughout, access to communal gardens and residents permit parking.
Paveley Street is located within a few minutes’ walk to Church Street food and antiques market, Marylebone station as well as the open spaces of Regent's Park. St Johns Wood and Little Venice are also within easy reach along with Baker Street and the amenities of Marylebone.
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With Global Real Estate values in the Trillions, Islamic Financing Products are still very much in their infancy compared to their conventional counterparts in capitalising of this phenomenal asset class. One such product that's growing in investor confidence is Property Crowdfunding. No Mortgages, No Banks and, most importantly, No payable Interest seems to be its driving appeal.
However many still lack confidence in the strategy and demand to see big results before declaring it a legitimate investment vehicle.
Despite the criticism, Crowdfunding remains one of the truly ethical, accessible and community-centric ways of raising finance for strategic acquisitions.
Is now the time we begin taking Property Crowdfunding seriously as a legitimate wealth builder for the Ummah?
Set in Yorkshire, @pennyappeal 's great initiative entitled 'The Medina' is set to become the most advanced Masjid and Islamic Cultural Centre in the UK.
Head over to their page to find out more.
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"Our waqf [however], is a sleeping giant,’ Abdullah said, explaining that the state of endowments in the Islamic world suffered from neglect in all aspects of the industry. Mismanagement was a key reason that development and revenue were falling in recent years and, in the Saudi market alone, 54 per cent of property-based endowments generated no income. Waking up this sleeping giant could help fight poverty and hunger, Abdullah said, and could become a significant factor in developing the Islamic World." - Abdullah M. AlFouzan, chairman of The Investor for Securities Company, Saudi Arabia.
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