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$1M Luxury Apartments in London's Canaletto High-Rise Now Previewing

$1M Luxury Apartments in London's Canaletto High-Rise Now Previewing

If it’s to-die-for views you’re after while living in London, Canaletto — the new luxury skyscraper development — could be for you. The 31-story tower on the banks of the Regent’s Canal opened its doors to the public last week, with the marketing suite showcasing the latest in five-star waterside living.

Scheduled for completion in 2015, the tower will comprise of 190 apartments ranging from studios to large three-bedroom premier units and one penthouse. It will also boast facilities like a swimming pool, gym, spa, cinema, 24th-story residents’ club with terrace, and a restaurant on the ground floor that will be open to the public. The residents' club’s terrace will offer fantastic views of London and an intimate area boasting a fireplace and fully-equipped bar, creating an ideal space for relaxed business meetings or leisure activities.

Canaletto has been designed by renowned Dutch architect Professor Ben van Berkel, founder of Amsterdam-based UNStudio, and best known for the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Raffles City in Hangzhou, Scotts Tower in Singapore and the Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam. The tower is designed with a unique curving façade of aluminum and glass that breaks the volume into a series of three-to-five-story clusters.

“Canaletto will appeal to a wide range of potential home-buyers who are looking for state-of-the-art amenities, an incredible location and a unique aesthetic. Canaletto is a self-contained community that will redefine high-rise living in London,” said Aref Lahham, Managing Director and Founding Partner of Orion Capital Managers, L.P.

Canaletto will also offer high-quality services including hotel-style concierge assistance with the handling of everything from restaurant reservations to theater tickets and travel arrangements to dry cleaning. Studios will initially go on sale from around USD $811,950, while one- and two-bedroom apartments will cost anywhere from approximately USD $1.2M and USD $1.3M respectively.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.


Empty Homes Tax

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property&rsquos assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

The Empty Homes Tax is also known as the Vacancy Tax and is imposed under the Vacancy Tax Bylaw No. 11674.

Do you have an empty or underutilized property?

Learn what options you have in 2018 if your property is empty or underutilized.

Will your home be taxed

Determine if your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). View exemptions and possible scenarios.

Enforcement and penalties

Learn how the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) will be enforced, submit a Notice of Complaint, and pay and dispute a bylaw notice.

Frequently asked questions

View a list of questions, answers, and definitions about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax).

Why an Empty Homes Tax

Find out more about the Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax), including why the tax was introduced, reference documents, and more.

Declare property status

Submit your Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax) property status declaration for 2018 by the February 4, 2019.

Paying your taxes

Pay your property tax and Empty Homes Tax (Vacancy Tax). Learn more about ways to pay, deadlines, and penalties.