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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
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.
Investors are collaborating more with companies seeking top grade property
Listen to MIT and JLL experts discuss how logistics and industrial real estate is changing with the times
Public-private initiatives, education and incentives are vital to reach net zero goals
Subleases flooded city office markets at the height of the pandemic, but there are signs of a reversal
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.
With sustainability a growing focus area, a lot is expected to change in the next few years
A new approach focuses on making the games less expensive, more sustainable
Companies look to new types of spaces for mental health benefits.
Supply-and-demand mismatch leading many to consider a wider range of solutions
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
AI is stepping in to better manage space requirements and keep buildings operating smoothly
From watches to smart helmets and goggles, wearables are playing a growing role in helping employees stay healthier and perform better at work
A new survey shows people want more of their previous office life back
As people head back to the office, technology is having to work harder to help colleagues connect
A pause in apartment development is providing a kick-start to Australia’s emerging asset class
Retailers are turning to robots amid rising expectations for fast deliveries
Under pressure to act, firms face challenges implementing decarbonization plans
Emerging multifamily markets gain traction with growing range of investors
Capital is piling into opportunistic real estate funds playing a waiting game
Property owners in Asia facing significant rent reductions are looking at their options
A generation of investors is staring down inflation for the first time
Offices now, more so than ever, will be the core of the work ecosystem as an outstanding office environment is critical for employee engagement.
China's Tier-1 cities are expected to welcome the highest ever annual total of new Grade A supply, roughly equivalent to the entire Grade A stock of Seoul.
Current leasing activity for flex space in Tokyo’s CBD and what to expect in the future as more occupiers incorporate hybrid work styles
By utilising urban planning concepts, the GBA will witness new development modes that drive regional economic growth.
Data centres are on the right path to reduce their impact on the environment
Australasian cities sit atop a ranking of the world’s most liveable cities, but affordability remains a challenge
The early COVID-19 period pushed retail spending towards suburbs. But as white-collar workers returned to the city, did retailer occupier demand follow?
A big-picture look into which cities in emerging Asia enjoyed the fastest growth in the retail sector.
City centers looked different during the pandemic. What changes will stick?
This article examines some fundamentals of residential property investment that would be helpful for buyers.
China REITs market
We are expanding upon our GBA growth framework by examining not only cities, but also industries. This report turns to well-established urban planning concepts such as concentric zones and linear spatial models. We examine spatial patterns of urban development and analyze the GBA’s future industrial network from several perspectives, such as industrial clusters, industrial belts and industrial nodes.
We explore several key concepts: the birth of the inner ring of the GBA, multi-centric growth in the core areas, and interactions between industries. Furthermore, we also discuss how industrial nodes have great potential for the future.
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.
Although the region’s economy remains on the mend, new outbreaks and progress on vaccine rollouts are seeing an uneven recovery persist across countries and industries.
Buyer demand for new and quality projects drives price growth
Slow path to recovery continues
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.
JLL's annual benchmarking reports uncover trends based on data from more than 100 organizations across the world . View and compare global and regional data on a wide range of workplace planning topics.
Technology, sustainability and well-being has accelerated change for enterprises. Work, workforce and workplace, all key to any business strategy is enabled by real estate