Nick Candy

Property developer

Nick Candy used to work in advertising until, with a £6000 loan from his grandmother, he and his brother Chris bought a flat in Earls Court. The pair moved in and renovated the property, and when they sold it eighteen months later they had made a £50,000 profit. For the next four years the duo began renovating flats, pushing themselves further up the property ladder, to the extent that in 1999 they quit their day jobs and established Candy & Candy, now a global, award winning interior design house. NoHo Square and the prestigious One Hyde Park development all feature in Candy’s impressive portfolio. 

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