Tokyo (Ginza, Omotesando, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Shibuya)Tokyo prime rents (assumed achievable rents) were flat q-o-q at JPY 400,000 per tsubo in Q3 2017, remaining unchanged for the ninth consecutive quarter. In Ginza, there was increasing demand for s
Source: CBRE Global Research and Consulting, Q3 2014.The change in prime office occupancy costs mirrored the gradual, multi-speed recovery of the global economy. Global prime office occupancy costs rose 2.5% year-over-year, led by the Americas (up 4.
The Japanese translation of this release was disseminated in Japan on the date above. Please note that the original version of this release was announced in English on February 20.Hong Kong, February 20, 2014—Hong Kong is by far the world’s most expe