The commercial office sector has evolved from being viewed as a product to a service. How will occupier demand for flexible, sustainable and technology-driven assets affect the future of work and what does this mean for your office investments? Stay on top of market and industry trends to understand what tenants expect from the workplace.
Investors need to realign their office strategies
Traditional investment approaches are being challenged and investors need new strategies to drive returns and reduce risk.
Recalibrate your asset and capital strategies
Mitigate risk and generate greater returns
Build resilience to withstand future unknowns
Is it time to consider joint ventures and access new capital sources?
Competitive markets require more creative investment strategies such as joint ventures, re-capitalisations and platform investments. Innovative financing and refinancing methods will mitigate economic headwinds and varying valuations as the market continues its recovery.
Is it time to diversify your portfolio and enter new cities?
Asia Pacific is home to the most dynamic urban centres in the world. Increasingly, institutional capital is hunting for opportunity beyond gateway cities. Cities that can attract talent, and develop flexible, sustainable, technology-driven assets will attract institutional capital.
Is it time to repurpose your assets to better accommodate new ways of working?
The world of real estate has changed and for those who own and operate buildings, this presents challenges and opportunities. Given the accelerated shift in occupier expectations, investors will need to repurpose existing assets to build resilience across their portfolio and drive performance. High performing assets will embrace new trends in flexibility, technology, and sustainability.
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Futureproof your office portfolioTrends in flexible working, wellness and sustainability are creating a new role for the office. The future workplace will be an innovative hub and a magnet for talent. We can help add value to your existing office portfolios.
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Australian Office Market Overview 2Q21Positive economic and labour market indicators supported improved demand for office space across Australia's CBD markets, with the exception of Brisbane which recorded negative demand over the quarter. However, new supply additions and increasing backfill vacancy pushed the national vacancy rate higher over 2Q21. Dive into the 2Q21 statistics on the national Australia Office markets.
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Worker Preferences BarometerHow have employee attitudes towards remote work and workplace expectations changed during the pandemic? The latest readings from our global office worker barometer indicate that forced adoption of remote working has created opportunities, but it is also exposing new social risks. This paper draws on the results of a global survey of over 3,300 office workers from 10 countries and spanning all industries.
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