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Asia Pacific direct real estate transactions reached US$83.5 billion for the first half of 2021, which is just 6% lower than the first half of 2019.
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?
The pace and scale of the real estate rebound in Asia Pacific is outperforming the rest of the world. What is driving this growth?
Keep your fingers on the pulse with JLL’s new Asia Pacific’s Capital Tracker. Find out what’s happening with active capital in the region as well as the comparison of themes in both the private and public markets
Businesses are looking at how to better tap the potential of big data and proptech
Given the ups and downs of COVID-19, a delayed or reversed return to the office is affecting employees.
Innovation districts are building communities beyond the classroom
After years of lagging residential markets, commercial real estate is turning to digital solutions
Swelling demand for studio space is bringing the bricks behind film sets into the spotlight
Positive market conditions accelerating
New outbreaks present challenges to recovery trajectory
End-users continue to drive sales activity
Multi-speed recovery underway
Delta variant further weighing on regional recovery
From technology to real estate footprints, companies are prioritizing resilience
Transport is being factored into the overall carbon footprint of warehouses
Technology that enables people to work from anywhere can help attract a more diverse workforce with different perspectives
Companies are starting small in order to see what works for employees
Different approaches take into account employee preferences and regulations.
Data centers are facing labor shortages. Augmented Reality is being used to train new workers without the risk of them making mistakes while learning that could take down the cloud.
Companies look to new types of spaces for mental health benefits.
Universities are looking to partner with flexible space providers amid a revenue crunch
Burnout, purpose, and wellness are top of mind after a tumultuous year
More buildings are now installing their own green energy sources as companies look to minimise their carbon footprints
A readiness to pay premiums for sustainable real estate highlights the steady march of ESG
Hear what AXA Investment Managers, HSBC, and others are doing differently to keep workers happy
Green lending is on the up – and building certifications are playing a central role
Investor confidence gets a boost from vaccine rollouts and economic recovery
The much-anticipated C-REITs are aimed at boosting growth while avoiding overheating
Investors are collaborating more with companies seeking top grade property
As retail shifts to meet new consumer demands, schools are filling the gaps
Listen to MIT and JLL experts discuss how logistics and industrial real estate is changing with the times
Subleases flooded city office markets at the height of the pandemic, but there are signs of a reversal
With sustainability a growing focus area, a lot is expected to change in the next few years
Singapore’s retail market was impacted during the pandemic. How does the future of retail look like now as we move into an endemic COVID-19?
Work life balance has now replaced a comfortable salary as the number one priority for employees
Hong Kong’s retail landscape is undergoing a structural change along with the rapid growth of online retail.
While apartment and other high-rise development remains more subdued after COVID-19, construction has rebounded extremely strongly due to stimulus measures leading to cost pressures.
Hannam-dong has become Seoul’s one of the most successful commercial districts, with trendy businesses congregating to its hub, forming a cultural cluster.
COVID-19 has impacted Tokyo’s office attendance rate but added a renewed interest in wellness, as revealed by corporates and a survey by TMG.
From fiberbots to Martian concrete, how will new construction materials reshape real estate?
Exploring Greater Kuala Lumpur’s office prospects in a post-pandemic setting.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the retail landscape, and consumer spending habits. Omnichannel operation is a key driver of success for retailers
With challenges, come value and opportunity for the Auckland retail market.
Rising demand from the rapidly emerging TMT industry is reshaping the office market in the cities of Chengdu, Chongqing, and Xi’an in West China.
JLL’s Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey provides a perspective on the state of the lodging industry, investment activity and expectations, and hotel performance.
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective looks at market dynamics during the last quarter and the prospects for the rest of the year and beyond.
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?
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.
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.
How is corporate commitment to net zero and sustainability translating into action and opportunities for CRE leaders? JLL research reveals more.
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.