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GLOBAL CITIES: THE 2018 REPORT 

This report is a comprehensive study of the current definition of best-in-class in real estate. Delivering quality and matching the trends is a proven strategy in real estate. This year’s Global Cities report takes a look at how to achieve this, while highlighting the future of real estate and the trends shaping 40 leading cities.

Table of Contents

Below you will find a list of all the articles in this edition of Global Cities.

THE SUPER CITIES
A series of experiments carried out in an Illinois factory over eighty years ago created a blueprint for the 21st century Global City. The lessons for real estate are huge.
ELECTRICALLY CHARGED   
The Tesla co-founder, Elon Musk, on revolutionising the road.
THE BIG FOUR
Market experts on the ground address the big questions  facing London, Manhattan, San Francisco and Hong Kong.
PARADISE CITY
If one built the ideal city today, what elements would it combine from the Global Cities? Here is our selection of the best from around the urban world.
WE BUILT THIS CITY    
The gap between work and home is narrowing as vibrant mixed-use locations takeover city centres across the globe.
MIXED-USE CITIES
Market experts on the ground share their insights on Berlin, Dubai, Nairobi and Toronto.
ONES TO WATCH
Choosing a district that is on the rise is a tried and tested strategy when buying a home. Our experts identify the neighbourhoods in the Global Cities we see as strong opportunities.
CAPITAL CITIES  Investors are increasingly looking to global real estate.
EVOLVING MARKETS                                 What opportunities are there for real estate investors in Boston, Frankfurt, Shanghai, and Madrid? Find out more from our experts.
NEW HORIZONS  Much cross-border property investment piles up in the world’s mega cities, but for those willing to cast their net wider, there are excellent cities that are sometimes overlooked.
GLOBAL GATEWAY         Nabil Al-Kindi is re-shaping Dubai’s DIFC, adding more culture, leisure and public areas to a global business centre.
TAKING ON
THE WORLD           
For occupiers, the business rationale for ‘going global’ is changing; creating some fundamentally different property requirements.
BUILT TO SERVE What are main issues faced by occupiers in Beijing, Dallas, Mexico City, and Dublin? Four local experts provide their insights.
A STATEMENT OF INTENT The move to a new office is increasingly being used to drive a wider process of business transformation.
FUTUREVILLE  The role of real estate is changing in the retail, industrial and alternatives markets. The experience of the UK city of Bristol illustrates the new trends.
CYBER METROPOLIS What are the future trends that will shape Chicago, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok? Our market commentators give their views.
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