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The ‘Main Streets Across the World’ report tracks over 500 of the top retail streets around the globe, ranking them by their prime rental value utilising Cushman & Wakefield’s proprietary data. The 27th edition of the report shows that rents have risen in 35% of streets around the world – despite the increased global uncertainty experienced over the past 12 months.
Cushman & Wakefield’s global magazine, The Occupier Edge, examines the key trends and insights from our global real estate experts.
In this edition, our leading experts took their knowledge to paper, covering hot topics like the disruption that TMT (Technology, Media and Telecoms) has on the workplace, the current war on talent and the heightened activity of Mergers & Acquisitions. We examine these topics and many others to keep you on the forefront, bringing you the key trends and ideas being discussed around the world.
Emerging and frontier markets present unique and individual challenges for occupiers and investors. The transparency of data and other information varies immensely, and issues such as a lack of information regarding property rights, government bureaucracy, and corruption increase the risk of entering these markets and often present compliance issues.
Last week’s employment report showed a slowdown in job growth in the third quarter. But the economy is not as sluggish as the headline numbers suggest. In addition, the sectors that most influence commercial real estate continue to perform well.
The 5th edition of the global flagship Winning in Growth Cities report, launched at Expo Real, is an annual survey of global commercial real estate investment activity which lists the most successful cities in attracting capital. The report shows that global property investment rose 16% in the year to June (US$942.8bn) and now stands at its highest since 2008, just 13% below the pre-crisis peak. The report also examines the qualitative factors that help define which cities are winning and losing in today’s global real estate market.