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Hackney housing prices have risen by 596% since 1995 - the highest percentage increase in all 32 London boroughs.
The average property in the borough is now a whopping £526,000 - 19 years ago it was £76,000.
A Chinese developer is pushing ahead with plans for a residential-led tower at West India Quay.
Applicant Greenland Hertsmere Limited wants to demolish Hertsmere House and build a 71-storey mixed-use scheme with 982 homes.
Since January, Deptford's property market has seen a surge in popularity. Estate agency Cannon Kallar, which has been serving the area for 14 years, believes it's all about connectivity.
Construction is set to begin on a £141million Royal Docks regeneration project - the largest of its kind in western Europe.
A 68-storey tower planned for South Quay has been thrown into doubt following concerns, including those expressed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Properties housing Usain Bolt and friends during the 2012 Olympics have been converted into homes for east London residents.
Roll the clock back to the 19th century in Bromley-by-Bow, to a date where east Londoners witnessed a former sunflower mill exploding in a puff of flour.
The re-zoning of Stratford has given buyers more reason to focus on the site of London 2012.
A bridge at a 'mini Manhattan' currently under development has been installed to provide greater pedestrian links between Tower Hamlets and Newham.
Hamptons International officially celebrated the launch of its new Canary Wharf premises in South Colonnade last week.
Plans to bring a floating village to the Royal Docks have been criticised by Newham's mayor over a lack of affordable housing.
Canary Wharf Group has won permission to build 3,100 new homes among the estate's towering skyscrapers.
The homes will be built on a 20-acre mixed use site in Wood Wharf that will include offices, shops, restaurants and cafes.
The dramatic renovation of an east London development, once home to UK rapper Dizzee Rascal, has been completed.
A man who swapped his Stratford home for a pad even closer to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has become the 500th resident to move into the former London 2012 Athlete's Village.