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Incentives and legislation push for sustainability in both new and older buildings
The built environment has work to do to be part of a net zero future
New and existing cities need to manage climate risks for fast-growing populations
Green certifications are becoming a norm in logistics amid pressure from investors and occupiers
A sustainability mindset is increasingly prevalent at the construction stage in logistics
There are clean energy solutions available to green the last mile, but hurdles remain
Many companies have committed to net zero emissions, but a say-do gap is slowing the process
Sustainability leaders are planning to incorporate social impact clauses in green leases
Better sustainability reporting and increasing mandatory disclosure requirements for building performance are bringing greater clarity to the market
New criteria are under assessment as building certification schemes adapt to meet an ever-increasing focus on net zero and health and well-being
Initiatives to increase green space and improve biodiversity are part of a more holistic sustainability agenda looking beyond decarbonization
Markets look to sustainability and tech to overcome widening differences
Retailers adapt their malls to capture demand from tourists
New Zealand’s homes have become increasingly unaffordable, driving inequality within and between generations.
ESG initiatives will bring the consumer through the door, while technology advancements will elevate the consumer experience in the supermarket.
Hong Kong finds new retail opportunities with interest in contemporary art, alongside flourishing cultural development.
A competitive supply chain and efficient waterway transportation will help improve growth potential in the local industrial real estate market.
Prop-tech, energy audits and site planning will play a key role in the upcoming decades to achieve energy consumption targets.
What are the key drivers behind the demand for Singapore’s food factory spaces? What is the outlook for this market?
Strong market drivers are seen to cushion the macroeconomic and policy challenges that the Philippine real estate market is facing.
Half of Osaka’s Grade A offices are green-certified or substantive green buildings.
How has the Jakarta market performed in 2022, and what has been achieved while the pandemic situation improves?
Investors are considering diversifying factors when making investment decisions in business parks.
Although a prolonged period of price correction is possible, the rate of decline could be milder in 2023.
JLL’s latest Premium Office Rent Tracker compares occupancy costs for premium office buildings across the world’s leading real estate markets.
The journey to decarbonization
Beijing Commercial Real Estate Market: 2021 Overview & 2022 Outlook
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.
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?