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According to the real estate consultant JLL, 60% of all those offices due to enter the rental market over the next two years in the Barcelona area have already been reserved. Rental fees will also be increasing by 3.8%. The data is part of a ranking of cities with the highest potential for income growth, which has been prepared by JLL, and in which the Catalan capital occupies the eighth place in a ranking headed by Amsterdam, Stuttgart and Stockholm. In the case of Barcelona, the centre and the new business areas, 22 @ and Plaça Europa in Hospitalet de Llobregat, have all been taken into account.

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