World Cities Review - Spring 2013
Our latest global property research takes a closer look at ten world class cities in the global real estate market.
19 March 2013, Words by Yolande Barnes
The past four years have seen a huge appetite for ultra-prime residential property in the world’s premier cities.
For the first time, our World Cities Review counts the true cost of global commercial and residential relocation for the world's financial and creative industries.
- The price of success: we investigate what extra costs can add significantly to office accommodation overheads.
- A world apart: Cities in newly emerged economies have significantly outperformed those in the 'old world' economies, and this is partly due to global billionaire activity.
- Rental growth: we outline which of our world cities have the strongest prospects for rental growth, and why.
- City spotlights: An in-depth look at two of our world cities - New York and Tokyo. Both intriguing, but for quite different reasons.
Watch our World Cities Review video report featuring exclusive commentary from Yolande Barnes.
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