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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
Companies are launching a growing range of initiatives to show employees they care about their health and wellbeing
China REITs market
Emerging multifamily markets gain traction with growing range of investors
How is corporate commitment to net zero and sustainability translating into action and opportunities for CRE leaders? JLL research reveals more.
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.
Capital is piling into opportunistic real estate funds playing a waiting game
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.
More logistics firms and retailers are turning to drones for last mile deliveries
Hear what AXA Investment Managers, HSBC, and others are doing differently to keep workers happy
Property owners in Asia facing significant rent reductions are looking at their options
AI is stepping in to better manage space requirements and keep buildings operating smoothly
High steel and lumber costs expected to drop by summer
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
U.S. infrastructure plan would encourage companies to construct onsite daycare
JLL's Sue Asprey-Price discusses how leadership styles are changing with Facebook's Gya Adeyemi and Professor Rosie Campbell of King's College London
Leading women in real estate share their thoughts on what is needed to address recent impacts on equality
It’s getting on for a year since remote work became a mainstream part of working life
Workforce expectations have shifted significantly in the last year amid a surge in remote working
A wave of upgrades are coming for outdated offices as tenants demand quality
Traditional cleaning methods are being upgraded amid heightened expectations around hygiene
Construction of refrigerated warehouses is rising but may not be enough to meet demand
Infrastructure, housing and aged care get a spending boost amid economic recovery
SmartScore aims to put a framework around what makes buildings smart
As demand rises for green-focused investment vehicles, more work is needed to make sure buildings hit the mark
A swathe of capital-raising and resurgence of hotel sales highlight investor optimism for the sector’s recovery
Office and retail investors are increasingly buying warehouses near cities amid efforts to diversify portfolios
Investment boom comes amid businesses running short of warehouse space
Demand for “convertible” properties has skyrocketed over the past year
Beehives on the roofs of commercial and residential buildings are quietly becoming more common
Electric vehicles are here, but where are the charging stations?
Amid rising demand for data, U.S. tech giants can find scaling up a challenge
A clear framework for emissions reduction is shaping business strategies and helping companies align with global climate goals
New innovations are helping to reduce carbon emissions and cut energy use
Retailers see positive momentum in reduced cases, vaccine adoption and spring weather
The location of micro-fulfilment centres is a key factor when time is of the essence for a new generation of delivery firms
Falling retail rents in some of Hong Kong’s premier districts have made way for spaces where shoppers can do more than just buy: they can play first.
While the global pandemic was dominating headlines in 2020, airports were getting a makeover and investment funds were taken to task over climate change
Cold storage boxes and freezer farms are only part of the picture
Supply chains brace for shipping challenges as online shopping becomes the norm
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
Leasing market steadying but occupiers still closely watching costs
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective looks at market dynamics during the last quarter and the prospects for 2021.
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
Despite unprecedented changes to how we work, occupiers remain optimistic about the future – learn more about how real estate leaders are reimagining the future.