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Office Space Across the World provides an analysis of the global office market over the past year, as well as discusses the industry’s main trends for the year ahead. The primary focus of this report is prime office rental performances and occupancy costs across the globe, including a ranking of the most expensive locations across the world in which to occupy office space. The report also gives a more in-depth rental and occupier overview for each region, concluding with a detailed list of market data pertaining to each office location.
The national economy has been in slow growth mode since the recovery began as the uncertainty created by the seemingly endless series of budget confrontations has inhibited both businesses and consumers, whose balance sheets are healthy.
Everyone (including us) has been anticipating a strong 2014 economy, but the data threw a curveball. December 2013 recorded the smallest job growth in almost three years, coming in at just +74,000.
U.S. economic growth has been sluggish for more than four years, but is poised to accelerate in 2014 and 2015 As we approach 2014, New York City is expected to grow at roughly the same pace as the rest of the nation leading to a decline in vacancy and rising rents.
Once considered a stodgy 9-to-5 business address with few residents and little nightlife, Lower Manhattan’s residential base has exploded over the past decade. Add to this a dramatic increase in tourist volume and hotel rooms, as well as an ever-diversifying employment base and you have all the ingredients for a vibrant, growing 24/7 environment ripe for a retail renaissance.