According to Cushman & Wakefield, Real Capital Analytics data identify New York as the world’s biggest capital market with the flow to real estate market of about USD 50 Billion. It leads the list of Top-100 metropolises enjoying the largest equity contributions to commercial real estate. The biggest transaction here claimed the acquisition of the office building at Madison Avenue with total investment cost of USD 2.2 Billion.
The second largest investment market is London. Capital flow to the city’s commercial real estate amounted at USD 38 Billion, USD 3.8 Billion of them covered the deal on acquisition of Songbird Estates complex. Los Angeles holds the third position with investment flow amounting to USD 22 Billion. The biggest deal on LA market covers sale of Prologis Inc. by KTR Capital and amounts to USD 5.9 Billion.
Tokyo sourced more than USD 21 Billion and holds the 4th position in rating. San Francisco is the fifth biggest investment hub with total transaction volume of USD 19.5 Billion.
Moscow is rated №82 in the ranking with total investment flow volume of less than USD 2 Billion, 4% of the sum investment in New York real estate. The biggest deal on Moscow market and on whole of Russia came with BIN Group acquiring PNK-Chekhov industrial complex.
According to Cushman & Wakefield Detroit takes the last position in the list, Shenzhen is passing one position ahead and each of the cities got less than USD 1.6 Billion.