15 U.S. Markets with Highest Office Occupancy Costs

Office rents may be going up in many of the country’s primary markets, but the rents themselves make up only a portion of office occupiers’ total costs. There are also service charges such as property management fees and taxes to pay. To make it easier to calculate what total office occupancy costs are in the world’s major office markets, CBRE has just published its semi-annual Global Prime Office Occupancy Costs survey, and here we take a look at the most expensive cities in the United States. The figures are based on data as of March 31, 2015.

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