The Most Expensive Streets In Europe

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The global luxury market is in the midst of a massive bounce back, according to data from Colliers International.The international commercial brokerage reported in Spring 2011 that after two years of lackluster growth, the world’s top retail streets are growing again.

Here are the most expensive retail streets in Europe by how much it costs to rent space per square foot.

We’ve ranked them and included New York’s Fifth Avenue for a comparison.

#10 Kaufingerstrasse, Munich

Average rent: $518.86 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#9 Graben, Kohlmarkt, Kartner Strasse, Vienna

Average rent: $550.31 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#8 Tverskaya Street, Moscow

Average rent: $688.87 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#7 Via Condotti--Rome

Average Rent: $707.54 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#6 Rue du Rhone, Geneva

Average Rent: $756.24 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#5 Oxford Street, London

Average Rent: $761.46 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#4 Via Monte Napoleone, Milan

Average Rent: $943.39 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#3 Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich

Average Rent: $955.38 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#2 Old Bond Street, London

Average Rent: $961.85 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

#1 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris

Average Rent: $1,310.26 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

Fifth Avenue, New York

New York has them all beat.

Average Rent: $2,150 per square foot

Source: Colliers International

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