Office demand from the technology sector is on the rise
JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective shows that momentum is moderating but market fundamentals remain robust
Our new research looks at the rapidly evolving global system of cities, the impact of the major forces of change on global urban dynamics and the implications for the real estate sector.
In JLL’s 4th edition of the “Top 10 Global CRE Trends” report, we provide an overview of the top CRE trends relevant to companies across industries and offer recommendations on how to respond to shifting business priorities, mounting operating pressures and an increasingly volatile economic landscape.
JLL latest research takes a closer look at the Beijing investment market over the last decade. We conclude with key survey findings from major investors, highlighting various approaches and targets being employed in the market.
Hospitality brands in Japan are moving overseas in a bid for growth at home.
Property and facilities management – that is, the day-to-day operations of a ... These so-called 'digital twins' enable building managers to point their smart ... interactive model of the building,” says Walter Rafin, JLL's Head of …
The real estate market has constantly evolved with China’s economic transition marked by industrial restructuring and upgrading. Entering the era of Building Economy 3.0, buildings and economy are fully integrated at an unprecedented level, making “building economy” an organic entity and a new industry for driving the economy.
Japan is gearing up to display its resurgent tech prowess
India’s central bank last week moved to bolster a slowing economy with its third key interest rate cut of the year, a decision that should give a boost to the country’s residential property markets.
JLL introduced a framework on CRE strategy with five dimensions that are vital in managing the fast-changing world of workplace effectively, which is called ‘Future of Work’
The report offers in-depth analysis on the latest trends in Shenzhen’s fast-evolving office leasing market. At a time when the proliferation and expansion of technology companies is spurring global demand for office space, the report explores how this phenomenon is particularly pronounced in Shenzhen.
Both homes and offices are getting smarter thanks to rapidly advancing technology – although not at the same pace.
With workplace stress and burnout a growing issue for companies, good office design can boost wellbeing and help employees to stay on top of their job.
Service and technology are reaching new levels in the office to enable a happier and more efficient workforce
Landlords are incorporating flexible space in their buildings, prioritizing it as an essential feature. By doing this, they aim to unlock more cash flow and even build a pipeline of future tenants.
With the open-plan office now ubiquitous, a growing variety of workplace pods are being rolled in to bring a greater level of privacy.
Disruption has been upending business models for decades, but now there are no excuses to be unprepared. Here are five tips from experts on staying disruptive to avoid disruption in the digital age.
Flexible space remains popular among start-ups and small firms. But now even corporate occupiers are increasingly incorporating it into their Asia Pacific leasing strategies.
Amid a growing focus on wellbeing, quiet spaces are becoming an increasingly common feature of today’s offices
With tech tools becoming an integral part of the modern workplace, apps could soon be a crucial way for employers to keep their employees engaged – and for landlords to retain their tenants.
As smart technology advances, it’s changing the way that office buildings operate.
With the rise of remote working and the growing reliance on digital collaboration, the modern office can feel a lot less social - but well-designed workspace can help prevent employee isolation.
Today’s workplaces are increasingly being designed with movement in mind to help promote employee health and boost productivity.
With flexible workspace in the spotlight as never before, there’s a growing urgency to identify which models work best
Portfolios of food-related retail assets are changing hands as investors search for reliable income sources.
Following in Mario Draghi’s footsteps, Europe’s economic stimulus policies under Christine Lagarde look set to continue.
As more customers shop online with faster delivery-time expectations, logistics providers are racing to acquire industrial facilities.
Housing developers in India have been looking more closely at new, alternative funding sources.
The global coliving sector is cementing its status among income-seeking investors with high profile deals.
Secondary fund transactions in Asia Pacific real estate are expected to build on a record 2018.
Growing levels of M&A are a key part of current strategies for Europe’s listed real estate.
The repercussions of reduced emissions regulation are providing opportunities for logistics investors around the world’s secondary ports.
Beijing’s commercial real estate market is on pace for a record year.
As real estate investors question how much longer the current extended cycle has to run and fixed rates remain low, investors are viewing their existing portfolios with refinancing in mind.
Innovative cities are tackling common problems and becoming increasingly competitive
Taipei has become one of the region’s most livable and tech-forward cities
Hotel guests can check in via phone and even choose their own room as hotels get a digital makeover
Unmanned air taxis, recently tested in Singapore, could transform urban transport
Smarter buildings bring risks as well as benefits, making cybersecurity a critical issue for landlords in the digital age.
Engineered wood construction is booming, and policy initiatives further encourage its rise
Local politicians are stepping up to take charge on some of the world's most pressing issues.
These days it's not just the world's most famous capital cities looking outside their national borders for growth.
Spaces where companies can whip up food fast are expanding rapidly to meet the needs of hungry consumers.
Technology's steady march forward is changing our cities, with clear benefits arising in some places more than others.
With more people than ever shopping online, efficient delivery to homes and offices is critical – and smart parcel lockers are an increasingly popular solution.
As traditional retailers move out of department stores, new types of tenants – from coworking companies to entrepreneurial pop-ups – are taking their place
JLL releases its latest research on rental housing. The report analyses market-based rental apartment projects with single ownership (hereinafter called Rental Housing) and finds that China’s rental housing sector has expanded rapidly in recent years, benefiting from a double shot of market growth and policy support.
The system that helps you handle all the details, like packaging, inventory and transportation, is called modern logistics. A key component of this logistics network are the warehouses(commercial property used by manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers and others for the storage of goods).
Cutting costs is far from the only factor supporting decentralised demand. Prescient urban planning and extensive infrastructure building are enabling the outward spread of population and amenities, hastening the maturation of decentralised office submarkets. These trends in turn make submarkets outside the CBD more attractive to a wide and growing range of tenants, and help ensure that the decentralised market’s strong performance remains sustainable going forward.
Hotel investment market liquidity in 2018 is expected to hold largely steady on 2017 levels. Europe is slated to see some growth in transactions activity, while Asia will likely see a softening due to a reduction in singular portfolio transactions seen in 2017.
JLL explores the future of Beijing CBD’s office markets from several aspects including: planned uses, tenants’ sectors, building quality, office rent expectations and working population change.
Flexible space is reshaping the way people think and respond to real estate.
Our latest research examines the evolution of flexible space industry in China and Asia Pacific; looks into what's really driving the demand; and explores future trends that may impact the evolvement of flexible space in the region.
A place of work is more than a property. It’s a living environment that helps individuals and businesses craft and experience a rewarding fusion of life and work. Our research proves it.
The Future of Work represents JLL’s outlook on the changing world of work and its impact on the next generation of corporate real estate. It is a product of a year-long effort led by a JLL global, cross-functional team that co-created the model with our Client Advisory Board and other progressive real estate client leaders from around the world across a broad range of industries. The insights were then pressure-tested against thirdparty experts, associations and publications.