We win again, England.
After the pound’s precipitous fall following the Brexit vote, NYC is now back on top as the most expensive city in the world in which to accommodate employees. Yay.
London previously held the title for the last two and a half years. Savills, a real estate firm that released the findings, said the prices in NYC are now “well ahead of Hong Kong and London and almost twice the price of nearest U.S. rival San Francisco.”
The firm analyzed residential and office rental costs around the world for the study.
Check out the complete top 10 below.
1. New York
2. Hong Kong
6. San Francisco
10. Los Angeles