North America

Start-ups turn to towers

A tall tower resurgence in North America is being driven by an unlikely sector and London is set to be next. Emily Wright reports on why the tech set are moving out of warehouses and getting into high living

A significant shift is under way in North America. It is a shift that could not only undermine a host of stereotypes around one of the world’s fastest-growing occupiers, but one likely to have a knock-on effect across the globe. The tech sector is moving on up.

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