Hotel operators have been buying firms focused on wellness in a bid to attract guests looking for healthy getaways.
The decades-long commercial real estate boom that created the so-called Greater Bay Area is set to continue, and expand.
Sublease office space has reappeared in Sydney’s CBD for the first time since 2017 as M&A activity and global economic uncertainty prompts companies to reassess their space.
International investors have been flocking to the French capital so far in 2019.
Opportunities and challenges for Australia’s fastest growing city
As the balance between domestic and international investors shifts in the UK's capital, active players in the market are increasingly focusing on refurbishing existing buildings.
Our latest Hotel Investment Highlights report provides insights on the investment markets and capital flows in the Asia Pacific region.
JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective shows that real estate markets are on track for a robust 2019
2Q19 statistics on the national retail markets. The improvement in retail turnover growth was evident in the major categories of food, and clothing and footwear
The jump was driven by an increase in both foreign and domestic investment.
2Q19 statistics on the national CBD office markets.
Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is sinking fast. Plans to set up a new capital city could have an impact on the hospitality sector.
Funding to coliving has increased by more than 210 percent annually as rising housing costs in cities fuel the trend
With tourism in Japan booming and the 2020 Olympic Games on the horizon, investors have been taking a closer look at the country’s hotels.
Let’s look at what the future of work looks like and the four primary areas that smart companies are focusing on to harness change.
Happier employees are also more productive employees. One opportunity to create more happiness and productivity: a lease renewal. At this milestone, companies are often prompted to take a closer look at how to create a more productive work environment. Creating an atmosphere that keeps workers engaged is critical to productivity, but most companies are falling short in that department.
To attract and retain tenants, office landlords are recruiting people to provide perks and high levels of customer service to building users. Corporations are doing the same to take the everyday stress out of office life for their employees in a bid to secure top talent
Property management and facilities mangement is already changing with technology and data software. But the digital twin, which is a virtual replica of a physcial building, is transforming the day-to-day operations of a building.
Converted warehouses and former industrial precincts just outside major cities have long provided inventive office space and environs for plucky tech starts-ups and creative agencies
Converted warehouses and former industrial precincts outside major cities have long provided inventive office space for plucky tech starts-ups and creative agencies. But increasingly, big corporations have moved in.
Universities worldwide are investing in digital maps to help students navigate sprawling campuses, another sign that technology is pushing into all corners of the built environment.
With over five million apps available across the world, just about every fathomable function of daily life can be aided by a finger-tap on a smartphone.
Why should governments stretch to embrace the connected workplace?
The connected workplace is one which brings together workplace design, technology, and HR systems and policies to create a space where employees can easily communicate and work. Well-designed connected workplaces produce employees who are engaged, productive and active ambassadors for where they work.
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2Q19 statistics on the national industrial markets. Conditions in the industrial property market remain strong, particularly prime assets in core locations across all major markets in Australia
Investors and tourists are returning to islands on the Great Barrier Reef after wild weather and economic woes wash away
Super typhoons cause huge damage to Hong Kong's real estate. What can you do to minimise risk?
With investment opportunities at the top end of Australia's major markets scarce, co-owners are increasingly exercising their right to either take full control of buildings, or influence their future use.
Governments in Australia are pushing through accommodative policy for infrastructure investment
What is real estate’s role in realising the Smart Cities promise
Investor strategies continue to evolve, as emerging opportunities are starting to gain more traction and capital under management becomes more concentrated. Scalability remains a key focus, as does overcoming the challenges associated with sourcing product. Transaction activity suggests there has been a lot more focus around increasing deal sizes, targeting portfolios and undertaking indirect positions or M&A deals...
Japan is gearing up to display its resurgent tech prowess
As Birmingham prepares to welcome the Commonwealth Games in 2022 is it on track to deliver a lasting legacy?
With faster wireless networks rolling out worldwide, cities and businesses are gearing up for the transformation
Tokyo’s Nakamenguro neighborhood has come a long way from its days as a backwater industrial area with a polluted river to a popular cherry blossom watching spot during hanami season.
Sustainable buildings are increasingly making their mark on skylines across Asia as demand for eco-friendly hotels and offices continues to rise.
Cities are exploring the use of sensors, data analytics, and artificial intelligence to create urban environments that live and breathe technology.
Singapore is already ahead of rival cities in promoting public transport, but it could free up more of its most precious resource – land – in a possible car-free future.
Many of these cities have become home to large clusters of business services, engineering, finance and retail firms, and strong creative industries.
New apartment supply peaked for the Gold Coast in 2018 and is falling, while the region's population growth remains very strong. As supply and demand rebalance over the next 12-24 months, excess supply is anticipated to be absorbed swiftly.
Explore the top global trends that will have the biggest impact on business and see how your real estate strategy can help you respond to these challenges. With concepts like flexspace, innovation culture and digital drive, you can take a more resilient approach to your strategy in 2019.
2018 was another year of exceptional trading for Sydney, with limited transactional activity as a result of a lack of stock on the market. Find out how the Sydney hotel market performed in our Sydney 2018 Hotel Market Wrap Up
2018 was one of the most notable years in the Melbourne hotel market's history with activity on every front. Find out how the Melbouren market and its various submarkets performed in our 2018 Melbourne Hotel Market Wrap Up.
Apartment completions on the Gold Coast peaked in 2018, with supply expected to contract by 30% over 2019. To date, there appears to be no adverse side effects from the increased supply levels, as rental rates have remained resilient and capital growth remains positive.
Despite robust economic growth and an improved labour market, the Inner Melbourne apartment market has continued to cool. Sales volumes continue to decline and new supply continues to decrease.
The downturn in the Sydney apartment market is well underway. Capital values continue to decline, as demand remains restricted by tighter credit controls and negative sentiment in the market.
The Inner Brisbane apartment market will continue to stabilise throughout 2019, as demand builds and supply is absorbed.
The Perth residential market remains weak. However, with a backdrop of improving economic and employment growth, conditions are expected to gradually improve in 2019.