SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Cities must show 'environmental resilience' to attract investment in real estate 

In 2019 New York overtook London for the rate of commercial investment in real estate Image: Anthony Delanoix, Unsplash

Richard Bloxam

Chief Executive Officer, Capital Markets, JLL

Jeremy Kelly

Research Director, JLL


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