Office rentals in Delhi more expensive than in Washington DC

Entrepreneurs in Delhi have to shell out more money to rent premium office sites than their counterparts do in San […]

   

Entrepreneurs in Delhi have to shell out more money to rent premium office sites than their counterparts do in San Francisco, Dubai and Washington DC, a recent survey finds. According to a study by JLL, Delhi’s rents are more expensive than San Francisco, Dubai and Washington DC whereas Mumbai at 16th position scores higher than Los Angeles, Singapore and Paris. The findings reveal that the most expensive premium office rent in the world is in Hong Kong, followed by London, New York, Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, Delhi, San Francisco. As per the study, Mumbai rentals are higher than cities like Los Angeles, Singapore, Paris, Seoul, Sydney, Frankfurt, Chicago and Toronto. “Regionally, cities across Asia-Pacific are home to the world’s most expensive premium office space at an average of USD 111 per square foot per year, which is higher than the Americas (USD 85 psft per year) and EMEA region (USD 78 psft per year),” JLL India CEO and Country Head Ramesh Nair said. According to the report, Hong Kong’s Central continues to be the world’s most expensive office sub-market globally. “Most striking is the differential that has emerged between Hong Kong and the next most expensive cities, with costs for premium office space now in excess of 50 per cent greater than either London or New York,” Nair added.





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