The Wall Street Journal / April 3rd, 2018
The Wall Street Journal reports: Brexit. What Brexit? Two years ago, the U.K. vote to exit from the European Union set off alarms in the London office market that tenants and investors would flee the city.
But the market is proving to be surprisingly resilient. Last year, investors purchased €77.1 billion ($95 billion) worth of commercial property in the U.K., up from €63.9 billion in 2016, according to Real Capital Analytics.
View the full story in The Wall Street Journal: So Far So Good: Financial Firms Commit to London Despite Brexit Concerns