amsterdam - The Avenue des Champs Elysées in Paris is that rent for the most expensive shopping streets in Europe, closely followed New Bond Street in London. According to a study presented Wednesday at the international property specialist Cushman & amp; Wakefield.
On the Champs Elysees retailers pay an average of 13 255 euros rent per square meter per year. On New Bond Street is 12 752 euro. Via Montenapoleone in Milan completes the unchanged compared to last year 's top three with an average rent of 10 000 euros per square meter per year.
No Dutch shopping achieve the European top ten. In the Kalverstraat in Amsterdam merchants are by far the most expensive option, with a rent of 2900 euros per square meter per year. The capital is one of the few cities in our country where retail rents in the past year have not been dropped.