Myanmar's Foreign Investors Face Office Space Shortage
Sean Danley has spent the past six months in Yangon scouting office space for his U.S.-based employer, which wants to open an outpost in Myanmar. He checked out the city’s three office towers. Annual rents in those buildings, none of which is taller than 27 stories, now surpass $100 a square foot, higher than the $75 average for downtown Manhattan, according to broker CBRE Group.
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