5 U.S. Streets Where Retail Rents Have Shown the Greatest Growth

New York’s upper Fifth Avenue may be the most expensive retail street in the world, but if you are a real estate investor you may wonder about its rental growth, which averaged just 3.6 percent between June 2014 and June 2015, according to a recent “Main Streets Across the World” report from commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. If you are looking for more upside, you may want to look at shopping streets in some other U.S. cities, where high household incomes, strong local economies and an influx of tourism have driven double-digit rental growth over the past year. To find out where those street are click through our gallery.

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