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Cities are increasingly delivering fresh ideas to cut carbon emissions and make urban areas more liveable
The domestic tourism rebound and easing of travel curbs are a boon for Indonesia hotels
Social impact and decarbonisation strategies will be the pillars of urban development projects in the coming years
As more cities look to cut excessive artificial light, adapting building lighting can make a big difference
In the war for talent, smaller innovation-focused cities like Denver are punching above their weight
The world’s tech epicenters are facing fresh competition for talent and investment
Demand for rooftop space is growing as new uses come to the fore
Investors are now thinking differently about what sustainability looks like in today’s prime real estate
Retail and industrial properties encounter labor shortages, revenge shopping.
Recent projects are laying the foundation for making timber construction more mainstream
Real estate needs to act swiftly to limit global warming and mitigate the effects of climate change
Watch for clean energy and grid-related investments and incentives for public-private partnerships (P3s).
High adoption costs – the elephant in the room that deserves to be understood.
In the coming years, Hong Kong’s co-living sector may see increasing new entrants while existing players continue to expand to secure their share.
Flex space offers “flexible” features to appeal to start-up companies and potential tenants.
An uneven recovery in Tokyo office market demand.
Amidst a rapidly growing logistics market, and strong long term growth prospects, Melbourne must address the inefficiencies they face at the Port.
South Korea’s new administration plans to introduce new policies that will impact the real estate market.
Gradual recovery and the latest demand trends of the F&B sector in Beijing draw the interest of retail real estate investors and operators.
Singapore CBD and Orchard Road will be even more appealing to investors, occupiers and visitors following a ban on strata-subdivide commercial assets on select sites.
The resilience of Chennai’s office market.
Global supply chain issues have caused many NZ businesses to move from a ‘just-in-time’ model to ‘just-in-case’.
Southeast Asia is paving the way for tourism recovery in Asia Pacific and is expected to record USD1.5 billion of hotel investment volume for 2022.
Can capital looking for value-add investment be a solution for Brisbane’s redundant secondary office space?
Beijing Commercial Real Estate Market: 2021 Overview & 2022 Outlook
JLL’s latest Premium Office Rent Tracker compares occupancy costs for premium office buildings across the world’s leading real estate markets.
JLL has launched its first survey on Global Logistics Real Estate to test sentiment in the market and gather fresh insights across a range of issues that could affect future occupier and investment decisions in this highly dynamic sector.
How can Brisbane benefit from the global spotlight while avoiding some of the burdens hosting the Olympics has put on other host cities in the past?
In the report, we analyzed the specific distribution areas of office buildings in major Chinese cities, and provided detailed answers to the questions involved in the office leasing process with JLL's extensive experience and expertise in the commercial real estate industry.
Updated every two years since 1999, the Index is the industry’s most widely used benchmark for assessing real estate transparency. It is an essential guide for investors, developers and occupiers of real estate – as well as government and industry bodies looking for international benchmarks. We’ve supplemented this year’s edition with a special report featuring the transparency improvement of Mainland China market.
Expectations are that offices will return to be the heart of our cities. But how will offices and office spaces change in different cities across the globe?
As of 2020, Shanghai’s office market has been comprised of over 14 million sqm of Grade A space, of which more than half is located in the decentralised area.
Over the last two quarters, we have expanded our market coverage across all asset classes by adding 30 new markets, including more cities and sectors in Australia, India, China and Southeast Asia.
A membership ecosystem can break down the rigid siloes between working, dining and relaxing and create a feature-rich workplace experience that is powered by technology and be an enabler of flexibility. Could memberships be the future of office leasing? Is the outcome a win-win for owners and occupiers?
JLL and The Business of Cities set out why City Governance is becoming more of a differentiator for real estate, and the implications for investors, developers and occupiers.