Marylebone, London – Because of the developments, retail and food facilities, property in Marylebone has become part of Central London's prime residential marketplace. You can find all the latest informative news and growth of Marylebone through their website, www.marylebone-london.co.uk.
The village that was once known as St. Mary of the Bourne extends Marylebone Road south to Oxford Street. It includes the area around Marylebone railway station and Dorset Square, and from Great Portland Street west to Edgware Road. The area includes such attractions as the Wallace Collection Wigmore Hall, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, the Georgian Portman Estate, and some of the finest restaurants and shopping facilities in London on Marylebone's High Street.
The mixture of upscale independent markets and shops with their particular emphasis on food and fashion along with the regeneration policies is partly the result of drawing residents to Marylebone making it prime property in London. Its strong growth has brought in to the high level of those more commonly known as international renowned London areas such as Knightsbridge and Mayfair.
According to a recent study, carried out by London Central Portfolio, Marylebone's outstanding transportation links with the city, including the Heathrow Airport, along with its metropolitan ambiance has made it one of the most desirable London locations to live. You can find out about this report, property in Marylebone, local events, reviews, updates, and local news, as well as, a guide to the Marylebone area, by visiting their online publication.
This publication is an online guide to Marylebone. It provides lively and topical content, as well as, a business guide strictly about this Central London area. Its editor, Alex Price, a resident of Marylebone and the director of the local based digital marketing firm, 93digital, wanted to represent the town to the world. Mr. Price, unsatisfied with traditional magazine's unrelated content to Marylebone, passionately wanted to give the area the recognition it deserves with an online presence so he launched www.marylebone-london.co.uk, in April 2013.
This online publication stands out from the rest because it's written by those who live and work in the town of Marylebone, not just some staff writers located outside the area. You'll find a wealth of information and what's happening, as well as, a business directory and news about property in Marylebone in the publication.
Mr. Price is so passionate and committed to his area of residency, he enables businesses to join the publication's business directory for an annual small fee. This allows local businesses to have many benefits including a page of their own, a listing on their website, and access to share promotions, news, and offer with their more than 2500 subscribers.
Property in Marylebone is some of the finest in London, and the increasing interest to live amongst London's West End restaurants, nightlife, and cosmopolitan mix of retailers and shops, shows no signs of subsiding.
You can feel free to email the editor, Mr. Price, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact the editor with general inquires, press or editorial inquiries, as well as, inform them of news by completing the contact form located on their website.