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Urban Fractionals


In recent years, developers have recognised the potential of offering fractional interests in urban areas. Only cities with international appeal - world class shopping, high levels of cultural attractions and a world business centre are likely to be successful for larger resort developments.  Marriott’s 47 Park Street in London and The Phillips Club in New York have proved highly successful.  These are based on club membership - a form of ownership structure where owners become members of the club which owns the resort.

 

Developers should take into account several unique factors when considering an urban fractional scheme:

 





 

We have established several fractional ownership schemes of properties in Central London for buyers from both the UK and overseas.  


Please contact us if you are interested in selling a property on a fractional basis, or if you are interested in acquiring an interest in an urban property - we may be able to assist you in establishing a buyers group.