10 Ruas mais caras do Mundo

10 Most Expensive Streets in the World (2013 )
Know the places where only the very rich can live and square meter may exceed the home of $ 100,000 .

10. Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France

The tenth most expensive street in the world is also one of the most important points of the Paris haute couture, with Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Christian Dior stores. In addition, next to the Champs Élysées, which helps maintain high price to live there through.

Average price per square foot: $ 26,000
Price change in a year: fall 3%
Who has a house there: Embassy of Canada and the actress Marlene Dietrich, before dying in 1992.

9. Fifth Avenue, New York, United States
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One of the main addresses of New York, the most exclusive part of Fifth Avenue is between 59th and 96th streets, next to Central Park , but other sights appreciate the place as the Empire State building and Rockefeller Center. Besides the expensive houses, the street is a destination not to save on shopping, with shops decorated by designer designers such as Armani and Ermenegildo Zegna.

Average price per square foot: $ 28,000
Price change in a year: up 5.4%
Who has a house there: actor Bill Murray and journalist Tom Brokaw .

8. Ostozhenka, Moscow, Russia
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Beside the important points of the city such as the Kremlin, the Pushkin Museum and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, this is the most expensive street in Moscow. Besides the noble neighborhood, the town has shops and luxury services.

Average price per square foot: $ 29,000
Price change in a year: up 3.6%
Who has a house there: Alisher Usmanov Russian oligarch.

7. Romazzino Hill, Sardinia, Italy

This residential area located in the heart of the Emerald Coast is a decoy of billionaires since the 60s, mainly to enjoy vacations and holidays. That's where are located some of the most sophisticated hotels in the region of Sardinia, as the Cala di Volpe and Romazzino. As regards the houses, the area also has its pearls, as when the Italian industrialist Carlo De Benedetti sold his property, Villa Rocky Ram, a 110 million euro to a Russian.

Average price per square foot: $ 32,900
Price change in a year: Stable
Who has a house there: Ahmed Zaki Yamani Saudi Politician, businessman Alexei Mordashov, the royal family of Qatar.

6. Chemin de Ruth, Geneva, Switzerland

Between 2008 and 2010, five properties in this street have sold for more than $ 13 million each, confirming the reasons for leaving the place part of the list of the most expensive in the world. The houses on Chemin de Ruth, in Geneva, have, in most cases, pools, gardens and jaw-dropping views of the UN buildings and Lake Geneva.

Average price per square foot: $ 37,000
Price change in a year: fall 5%
Who has a house there: Members of the Peugeot, a former tennis player Henri Leconte and former skier Jean-Claude Killy family.

5. Paterson Hill, Singapore

This residential street in Singapore attracts the richer for its tranquility and proximity to many essential services such as international schools and shopping and entertainment center of Orchard Road.

Average price per square foot: $ 42,500
Price change in a year: up 6.5 %
Who has a house there: Co-founder Eduardo Saverin Facebook.

4. Boulevard du Général de Gaulle, the province of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat , France
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Among the most expensive non-urban streets in the world is the Boulevard du Général de Gaulle. The address is in the province of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, darling of billionaires who appreciate the natural beauty and sophistication of the Mediterranean Riviera, also known as the French Riviera.

Average price per square foot: $ 79,000
Price change in a year: fall 5%
Who has a house there: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and entrepreneur Paul Allen.

3. Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco

Located on the seafront, the Avenue Princesse Grace is the most expensive of the principality of Monaco and the third in the world, living up to the public attending the annual Grand Prix of Formula 1. Is there living singer Andrea Bocelli, the pilot Lewis Hamilton and actor Roger Moore.

Average price per square foot: $ 86,000
Price change in a year: up 10 %
Who has a house there: Singer Andrea Bocelli, the Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton and actor Roger Moore.

2. Kensington Palace Gardens, London, England
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The quiet tree-lined street Kensington Palace Gardens is not always so easy. House of the royal couple William and Kate sometimes residents are faced with paparazzi hanging around the place, but that is no reason for devaluation, so that the number is dubbed " billionaires row " of London. Besides them , there is that are the embassies of France , Russia and Japan.

Average square meter price: $ 107,000
Price change in a year: up 10 %
Who has a house there: Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton ( and baby ), Prince Charles, businessman Lakshmi Mittal and the owner of Chelsea football club Roman Abramovich.

1. Pollock's Path, The Peak, Hong Kong

The most expensive street in the world is traditionally the house of the super rich in Hong Kong. Although new addresses among the most expensive in the city, this path located high on a mountain follows valued by new luxury developments, by its residents and the beautiful view of the island.

Average square meter price: $ 120,000
Price change in a year: up 10 %
Who has a house there: Actor Stephen Chow and executives of HSBC.

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