Research

Tenant Trends

Explore what’s happening in Australia’s complex office leasing scene and what this means for the commercial real estate market.

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More than ever, companies are jockeying for office space in the heart of the city. Co-working is on the up and up, workforce flexibility is the key, and there’s a “two-speed” leasing market which sees the buoyant Sydney and Melbourne markets in contrast to much of the rest of the country.

Top trends for office
tenants in 2019

From a soaring appetite for flexible space to higher investment in workplace technology and the ever increasing role that space activation has to play in our working lives, we look at three trends set to impact office tenants in 2019.

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Michael Greene

Head of Tenant Representation, Australia & QLD
+61 7 3231 1355
michael.greene@ap.jll.com

Andrew Campbell

Head of Tenant Representation, WA
+61 8 9483 8478
andrew.campbell@ap.jll.com

Gavin Martin

Head of Tenant Representation, NSW/ACT
+61 2 9220 8458
gavin.martin@ap.jll.com

Peter Walsh

Head of Tenant Representation, VIC/SA
+61 3 9672 6560
peter.walsh@ap.jll.com