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4 Investment Intensity Index 2017 Investment Intensity Index Global Top 30 1. Oslo 2. London 3. Munich 4. Edinburgh 5. Silicon Valley 6. Frankfurt 7. Dublin 8. Sydney 9. New York 10. Copenhagen 11. Paris 12. San Francisco 13. Stockholm 14. Boston 15. Las Vegas 16. Melbourne 17. Geneva 18. Raleigh-Durham 19. Amsterdam 20. Los Angeles 21. Seattle 22. Washington DC 23. Austin 24. Berlin 25. Toronto 26. Denver 27. Phoenix 28. Hong Kong 29. San Diego 30. Tokyo Defining a typology of cities Building on research originally undertaken in 2015 2 , the JLL Investment Intensity Index pursues a ‘typology approach’ by reviewing investment trends in three broad categories of city: • ‘New World Cities’ are small to medium-sized cities (typically 1-5 million population) that have robust infrastructure and attractive liveability platforms and deliberately focus on a limited number of global specialisms. • ‘Established World Cities’ are the world’s most highly globalised and competitive economies with the deepest and most settled concentrations of companies, capital and talent. • ‘Emerging World Cities’ are the business and political capitals of large or medium-sized emerging economies that function as gateways for international firms, trade and investment. 2 Globalisation and Competition: The New World of Cities, JLL, 2015 Established World Cities New World Cities Source: JLL, February 2017

5 Investment Intensity Index 2017 ‘New World Cities’ reshaping the investment landscape JLL’s latest Investment Intensity Index highlights the further rise of ‘New World Cities’ as destinations for real estate capital. Mid-sized cities, which typically excel in high-tech and high-value sectors supported by robust infrastructure, a favourable quality of life and transparent business practices, are drawing increasing interest from investors and account for 21 of the Investment Intensity Index Top 30 cities. Many are achieving global reach through specialisation and display an ability to adapt to constantly changing economic and technological demands: • The Nordic cities feature strongly. Oslo tops the global rankings, while neighbouring Scandinavian capitals Copenhagen (10 th ) and Stockholm (13 th ) also appear in the Top 30. • Other favoured ‘New World Cities’ in Europe include Munich (3 rd ), Edinburgh (4 th ), Frankfurt (6 th ), Dublin (7 th ), Geneva (17 th ), Amsterdam (19 th ) and Berlin (24 th ). • ‘New World Cities’ also dominate the top rankings in the United States, epitomised by Silicon Valley (5 th ), San Francisco (12 th ) and Boston (14 th ), and also including Las Vegas (15 th ), Raleigh-Durham (18 th ), Seattle (21 st ), Austin (23 rd ), Denver (26 th ), Phoenix (27 th ) and San Diego (29 th ). • Meanwhile, Australia’s archetypal ‘New World City’ Melbourne sits in 16 th position. An increasingly important part of the global investment market Over the past decade, a core set of 40 ‘New World Cities’ has increased its share of global real estate investment volumes, growing from 12% in 2006 to account for 23% of global volumes in 2016, overtaking the share of global investment into the ‘Big 6’ markets of New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore. ‘New World Cities’ are also increasingly attractive to cross-border investors and now represent over one-fifth of global cross-border transactional activity, up from 14% 10 years ago and equal to that registered in the ‘Big 6’. ‘New World Cities’ overtake ‘Big 6’ Direct commercial real estate investment, 2006-2016 Total investment 30% New World Cities 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Cross-border investment 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% New World Cities 15% 10% 5% 0% 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 New World Cities Big 6 Emerging World Cities Source: JLL, February 2017

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