The idea that you need to spend a fortune on an office building is a bit like the idea that people in rich countries should live in luxury villas.
The argument is that a high-quality, modern office building (a penthouse) is worth a lot more than a low-quality one (a room in an office).
But, as a whole, this argument is not very convincing.
It’s not clear that people really value the same thing, and it’s hard to tell what would be a reasonable compromise.
A penthouse in the U.K. is on average more expensive than an office in Paris, and the office is on an even more expensive spectrum.
The question is whether the value of an office would change much if the same office building were built in the United States.
The cost of the office building depends on the cost of building, and is a function of both the size of the building and the cost per square foot of land used to construct it.
The larger the building, the more expensive it is.
A lot of buildings in the developed world, including high-end ones, have been built with a low land-use density, which means that a lot of land is devoted to office space.
This density is a major reason that the U