A few days ago, when we looked at what is one of the last tax havens in the world, the principality of Monaco, we uncovered not only the world's most expensive Penthouse costing a whopping $400 million, but got some perspective on how far one's dollar really goes, or doesn't.
The winners of Apartment Therapy's annual Small Cool contest were announced last week, and each of the chosen homes is incredibly stylish in its own way. Owners entered their tiny homes into one of five divisions in the contest: Teeny-Tiny, for homes 400 square feet and under; Tiny, for homes between 400 and 600 square feet; Little, for homes between 600 and 800 square feet; Small, between 800 and 1,000 square feet; and International, for any non-U.S. entry under 1,000 square feet.
A FORMER mill is to be transformed after being snapped up by Oak Tree Developments.High Mill in Cullingworth had previously been converted into offices but a shortage of commercial tenants led Dacres ...
The trade magazine Private Equity International is just out with its annual list of PE funds ranked by their success in raising capital.
Before we get to the winner, let's confirm that, yes, raising capital amid the worst recession in more than half a century has been difficult. Exactly how difficult is not easy to gauge, since PEI magazine uses a five-year rolling average† in compiling its list. (And it doesn't get into the touchy business of ranking how much the firms earned on their investments.)