Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for real estate
As COVID-19 impacts communities around the world, we want to help you navigate its implications for your workplace, your asset(s) and the global real estate markets.
Are we overestimating the impact of COVID-19 on Asia Pacific real estate?
Is the office facing extinction? The enduring appeal and resilience of the office model has been evident in markets that have reopened post-COVID. We examine three distinct phases that will emerge for occupiers when activating commercial real estate amidst lockdown relaxations.
Are green shoots emerging in China?
Green shoots of recovery are beginning to appear in select industry sectors within China. Read JLL’s report on how this gradual recovery holds growth opportunities and potential positive impacts for real estate markets.
COVID-19: Global Real Estate Implications
This updated report looks at the lessons from China, the global policy response and the practical challenges businesses will face for re-entry, as well as capital market implications and sector-specific impact.
COVID-19 business planning resources
Workplaces will be reimagined to facilitate choices and flexibility
APAC Chief Research Officer Roddy Allan speaks to CNBC about the evolving expectations of employees for hybrid work arrangements.
Global CHR Officer Mary Bilbrey talks to CNBC about JLL’s re-entry strategy
With over 240 JLL offices open globally—including 79 to date in the U.S.—CNBC spent some time with Mary to hear about our focus on employee safety and well-being as we step forward into the next normal.
JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich talks to CNN about re-entry strategies
Watch Christian’s discussion with CNN International about re-entry strategies for companies around the globe.
Talk to a JLL professional for counsel
Contact us to learn how we can help accelerate the development of remote work programs, assess any impact to your asset or portfolio, or discuss other challenges you may be facing during this unprecedented time.
DISCLAIMER: JLL and our staff are not authorized or qualified to guide or influence you in the preparation of your own business continuity or preparations plans from a health and public policy perspective. While we are making efforts to ensure we are providing an up-to-date list of publicly available resources, all details on COVID-19, as well as health and public policy implications, should be addressed with the advice of an independent specialist.