Standing at 828 meters or 2,716.5 feet, and completed in 2010, Dubai's Burj Khalifa remains the tallest building in the world. Check out the full dataset listing the current top 100 towers in the world and their details.
Monaco remains the world’s most expensive enclave: US$1 million buys just 15m².
Strong price growth in Singapore (35 sq m) means the city-state is narrowing the gap with New York, while in Europe, Berlin (73 sq m) and Madrid (106 sq m) continue to offer a lower market entry point than Paris (42 sq m).
For those seeking real value, the emerging market destinations are the go-to options. Your US$1 million buys almost three times as much space in Dubai (137 sq m) than in Singapore, while in Cape Town (220 sq m) you get ten times as much space for the money compared with Hong Kong.
Source: Knight Frank