Tall buildings have productivity benefits for workers and prestige for firms. No wonder firms are willing to pay a premium to work in them.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(29 Aug 2011)
In spite of the global recession, London and many other large cities are experiencing a major period of skyscraper construction. Discussing a new report, Max Nathan finds that tall buildings may make workers more productive and give firms a ‘prestige address’. This makes them more expensive, and therefore more attractive for developers to build.
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