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|| Middle Eastern buyers investing in UK’s most expensive real estate

arab-business.jpgMiddle East investors have snapped up nearly a quarter of the apartments sold in the UK’s priciest real estate project, the CEO of Candy & Candy, the development manager behind the property, has told Arabian Business.

More than 60 percent of the luxury units in One Hyde Park, where the cheapest home costs $9.2 million, have been sold, and up to 25 percent of them to Middle East investors.

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