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Businesses ride out uncertainty with office lease extensions
Hotel Property Yields – A response to COVID-19
Australia and New Zealand take their first steps towards the next normal
Asia Pacific real estate transparency makes largest gains globally
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
Local travel has been picking up after months of lockdown
While the need for more hospital beds has slowed, cities are now better prepared for a potential second wave of coronavirus
Apparel companies adjust as coronavirus impacts retail
Hotels focus on safety for guests eager to travel after COVID-19 lockdowns
E-learning, traffic patterns and off-campus housing are all part of complex strategies to bring students back
Virtual property tours are offering investors and occupiers a way through restrictions on site visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
From housing healthcare workers to serving as quarantine quarters, hotels are pivoting to increase occupancy during COVID-19
Grocers are adapting to meet online and in-store demand as people shelter in place
Quarantine measures are forcing landlords and retailers to think outside the box
Maintaining strong economic growth in Southeast Asia means preparing for rising sea levels
Picture-perfect murals have moved from illegal to mainstream as property owners and companies hire graffiti artists
Plan Melbourne aims to bring back walkable suburbs as city planners in Australia and globally see the value of making places less car dependent.
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.
A number of the world's most dynamic cities are implementing ambitious urban development projects to be cutting-edge and driven by innovation.
Will Melbourne’s city Fringe keep kicking goals?
Will rental divergence drive decentralisation?
JLL’s latest City Momentum Index covers 130 major established and emerging markets to identify the world’s most dynamic cities.
How will modern occupiers view CBD office markets in a Metropolitan Age?
What makes an office precinct outstanding?
Our new research looks at the rapidly evolving global system of cities, the impact of the major forces of change on global urban dynamics and the implications for the real estate sector.
JLL's first report in our Future Cities series, Australian Cities for a Metropolitan Age, reveals the urgency for demand in Australia’s cities which will be forced to become more metropolitan as cities continue to grow.
The latest research in JLL’s award-winning Cities Research Programme quantifies Innovation and Talent strengths of over 100 cities globally
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
The Canberra apartment market has slowed and is late-cycle. Capital value growth continued to soften over the year, stalling over the last quarter. Rents on the other hand saw strong growth on the back of a tightening vacancy driven by strong population growth.
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.