In our 2017 Most Expensive Streets study, we look at the priciest U.S. office space. Those high-profile strips command an average asking rent of $48.65 per square foot, a 46.9-percent premium compared to the rest of the country.
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Sean Coghlan leads capital markets research in the Americas, where he’s passionate about sectors, markets and the urban environment. An avid traveler and enthusiastic foodie, Sean can be found exploring restaurants and real estate.
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