Where are the most expensive offices in the world? Explore premium occupancy costs across the globe and the strains that cities face as their real estate markets try to accommodate growth.
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The referendum results showed a majority of those voting in favour of leaving the European Union, although the next steps remain highly uncertain. Political and economic uncertainty is being reflected in currency and financial markets. Volatility will continue as a result.
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Our latest Investment Intensity Index reveals the increasing attractiveness of ‘New World Cities’: transparent, innovation-oriented cities which are accounting for a growing share of global commercial real estate investment.
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The Premium Office Rent Tracker provides a snapshot of the rarefied world of the premium office market. While only a fraction of a city’s corporate base will pay such premium rents, the Tracker does benchmark office occupation costs on a like for like basis. It provides a useful barometer of relative city attraction, as well as highlighting the intense strains that many cities are now facing as their real estate markets try to accommodate growth.
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