The commitment by many global cities to sustainable real estate goals is not only the right thing to do from a social perspective, it could make sense for investors too.
Far from being a contributor to climate change, cities may actually provide the solution to tackling the world’s most pressing issue.
Since 2016, the UK’s capital city has risen from eighth to second in the rankings driven by positive employment conditions feeding income growth.
With data becoming increasingly critical to our digital economy, Global Cities' Ben Forster explains why beachfront real estate is now hot property.
We explore why global cities continue to attract young professionals and argue that living in such places is good value, despite the high costs of housing.
Death of the high street? Hugo Machin, a Global Cities investor and blogger, explains why certain retail locations are thriving
We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018