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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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Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
The urban campus concept is breathing new life into universities challenged by changing study habits and growing competition
A bilingual report (English and Korean) on South Korea’s tourism and hotel market performance.
JLL and Baker McKenzie are pleased to share with you Hotel Management Contracts 2018, a unique analysis of recent trends in hotel management contract (HMC) negotiations across Asia Pacific.
Our latest Hotel Investment Highlights report provides insights on the investment markets and capital flows in the Asia Pacific region.
Urban living gets a makeover as affordability shrinks, the sharing economy expands
Singapore’s new policies aimed at tempering house-price gains were the latest government effort to address a growing lack of affordability in cities worldwide.
New regulations have been improving the transparency of global real estate, a boon for investors increasingly branching out into new markets.
Today’s landlords are increasingly aware that incorporating high-quality space for collaborating and socializing in their office buildings is a better way to catch the eye of companies hunting for new premises.
Informal workspace may once have been painted as all air hockey tables and beanbags when businesses started to experiment during the first dotcom boom.
From smart building management systems to wearable gadgets that encourage regular movement, today’s workers increasingly inhabit a new kind of workplace, optimized by technology to enhance productivity, health and wellbeing.
Going green has gone from being a luxury option to a necessity for the global built environment sector today.
Australia’s suburbs are set to see a boost from industrial investors as more e-commerce, logistics companies look to base themselves even closer to their customers
A growing wave of Japanese capital is targeting Australian real estate as investors look to diversify and allocate capital to international markets. Read more
Australia's new government policy concession has paved the way for institutional investment into their emerging build-to-rent sector. Click to read more
As demand outstrips supply in Sydney’s West, industrial warehouses are increasingly being built without pre-commitments from tenants. Click to read more
As competition tightens in core sectors in Australia, investors are looking to diversify into Alternative real estate for risk-adjusted returns.
Australia becomes the primary destination for Chinese offshore capital as domestic regulation forces Chinese investors diversify their strategies. Read more
A shortage of opportunities in core real estate is forcing Australian investors to look at alternative asset classes. Click to read more!
Retail investors are narrowing in on Queensland for investment opportunities, as the home of the 2018 Commonwealth Games continues to rack up transactions
Data, Disclosure & Disruption - Real estate is becoming more transparent but expectations continue to rise, JLL and LaSalle's 2018 Global Real Estate Transparency Index reveals the latest global rankings highlighting markets that are making the greatest progress.
Melbourne is experiencing a phase of extraordinary positivity that is extending across all of its property markets. This is illustrated in the 2016-2Q17 take up figures for office and industrial markets, rental growth yield compression in investment markets and price growth in residential markets.
So what is setting Melbourne apart from other global cities?
Victoria’s economy is the envy of other states but what characteristics are making Melbourne tick?
This paper discusses the key aspects that are setting
Melbourne’s skyline is rapidly changing as growing numbers of high-rise apartment towers spring up in its inner city area to house its ever increasing population.
The city isn't just Australia's cultural capital; it's also a center for education and innovation, bringing together tourists, students and professionals.
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.
A number of cities in the region are turning to a metro system as a solution to the growing pressures of heavy traffic and rapid urbanization.
Is the market due for a rebound? The Perth housing market remains in a weak condition, but it is expected to gradually stabilise over the medium-term.
The Western Australian economy is slowly recovering after a post-resource boom slump. Stabilising local residential market conditions and softening prices in the eastern seaboard cities should give counter-cyclical investors more confidence to invest in Perth.
The Canberra apartment market stands to benefit from a positive economic outlook, driven by the infrastructure and education sectors. Attractive market fundamentals, such as low unemployment and robust wage growth, are boosting in Canberra’s population growth.
The Melbourne apartment market has remained robust. This comes despite negative sentiment surrounding the Victorian residential market and a high amount of supply activity. Victoria continues to lead the country in population growth, which has sustained dwelling demand and supported both prices and rental values.
The Australian economy grew by a better than expected 0.9% in the June 2018 quarter, following an upwardly revised 1.1% growth in the previous quarter.
JLL’s latest research focuses on China’s leading cities upon the ‘new era’ – the China12 – which are at the forefront of the transition to the innovation economy.
Review the world's most future-proof cities, those that have the key attributes to remain competitive and maintain long-term momentum in a rapidly changing global economy.
JLL Identifies the world's most dynamic cities with the strongest short-term momentum.and those that have the ingredients for longer-term success
JLL and the Business of Cities Group explore the latest trends in city benchmarking and performance measurement.
Find out which European cities have the strongest momentum. In this report we identify Europe’s most dynamic cities.
Learn how to drive stronger business performance and achieve higher productivity for your organization through a genuine expression of a strong and vibrant company culture.