Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

• The top 10 most expensive streets in the world

Every year, Cushman & Wakefield, the journal publishes the rating of the most expensive streets in the world. 65 capitals and other major cities were fighting for first place in this list. In 2014 Moscow took 10 th place. Which cities are ahead of it in this list, read on.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

The first place belongs to the United States. Recognized as the most expensive New York Street - Upper 5th Avenue. During the year rental of one square meter of 5th Avenue is almost 30 000 euros. This is one of the most respectable streets of Manhattan with exclusive boutiques and trendy shops selling luxury goods.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

The second line of the rating took a Hong Kong street, lost the championship compared to last year, - Causeway Bay. Its square meter behind the US nearly 6000 euros and is worth 24 000. On the main street of a district on the northern coast of Hong Kong is a lot of youth shopping centers, bars and nightclubs.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

The third place in the same way as in 2013, holds the Parisian Avenue des Champs-Élysées. Here space for rent at 13 000 euros per 1 square. m Champs Elysees -. central street of the French capital. Here is a business center with high-rise business buildings, focused banks, airline offices, exhibition showcases cars editors of several newspapers, a lot of shopping centers, the development of recreational network of: entertainment, movie theaters, a multi-level shopping mall music production Virgin Megastore, tourist offices and agencies, aristocratic Russian restaurant "Rasputin", the famous cabaret "Lido", the central office of tourism, and so on. d.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

The fourth - still the British Bond Street New. Street, named after the builder Area Bond, replete with trendy boutiques, jewelry stores, antique shops. Square meter here costs about 10 000 euros.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

In the fifth line (8 seats) rose Sydney Pitt Street Mall. Among other Australian cities is the highest level of rents - $ 450 per week.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

The sixth place in the same way as in 2013, belongs to the Milan Via Montenapoleone. Rent per square meter costs 8,500 euros per month. On this street is Fashion Week, so there are many fashionable shops of expensive clothes and shoes, designer accessories and other luxury items.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

In the seventh place in 2014 was Tokyo Ginza. Two positions lost to the Japanese street European competitors. Here the monthly rent per square meter barely exceeds 8,000 euros. Translated from Japanese to Russian its name - "the silver shop" - is fully justified. Ginza - one of the most exclusive areas of the capital. It is also one of the most promising commercial centers of the world. There are many specialty shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, clubs.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

Eighth place went to Seoul Myeongdong. The main shopping street of the Korean capital is very popular among young people and foreigners due to the retail stores of medium and high price range for products of international brands. Rents in Myeong is 7900 euros per square per month.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

In the ninth line slipped the Zurich Bahnhofstrasse. Even in 2011 it was considered the most expensive street of the real estate in Europe and third in the world in 2013 was already in seventh place, and now does on the 9th. Only here a huge selection of the world's best clock, stores with exclusive European clothing. Square meter rental costs about 7500 euros per month.

Top 10 most expensive streets in the world

On the tenth place from the 12th Moscow moved Stoleshnikov Lane with the cost per square meter 4,500 euros. There are fashionable shops and luxury boutiques. This street is the most expensive Russian shopping destination. Repeatedly in previous years, various publications Stoleshnikov lane included in the top five most expensive streets in the world. In particular, in 2007, the consulting company Jones Lang LaSalle found him the second most expensive shopping street in the world after the Champs Elysees in Paris.