Urban living gets a makeover as affordability shrinks, the sharing economy expands
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.
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.
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.
As more people flock to urban areas, mixed-use buildings are adapting to tick the work-live-play boxes that turn developments into destinations.
Proptech start-ups are both driving change and catering to the changing demands of the real estate industry in Asia Pacific.
Currently, data centers in Asia Pacific are witnessing a surge in demand from both corporate users and investors. Find out more!
Green buildings are a key part of the solution to battle climate change. A building is classified as green if it meets certain defined criteria such as energy sustainability, water efficiency and environmental protection.
The city isn't just Australia's cultural capital; it's also a center for education and innovation, bringing together tourists, students and professionals.
Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities
Momentum in Canberra is slowing. The housing market in Canberra withstood the downturn for another quarter, but is clearly moving further down the cycle.
Slow but steady growth continues. SA’s robust economic growth and relatively affordable dwelling prices are positives for the residential market, but sluggish population growth, a pick up in supply and tight credit conditions are becoming headwinds.