In JLL’s 4th edition of the “Top 10 Global CRE Trends” report, we provide an overview of the top CRE trends relevant to companies across industries and offer recommendations on how to respond to shifting business priorities, mounting operating pressures and an increasingly volatile economic landscape.
Both homes and offices are getting smarter thanks to rapidly advancing technology – although not at the same pace.
With workplace stress and burnout a growing issue for companies, good office design can boost wellbeing and help employees to stay on top of their job.
Service and technology are reaching new levels in the office to enable a happier and more efficient workforce
Landlords are incorporating flexible space in their buildings, prioritizing it as an essential feature. By doing this, they aim to unlock more cash flow and even build a pipeline of future tenants.
With the open-plan office now ubiquitous, a growing variety of workplace pods are being rolled in to bring a greater level of privacy.
With flexible workspace in the spotlight as never before, there’s a growing urgency to identify which models work best
Following in Mario Draghi’s footsteps, Europe’s economic stimulus policies under Christine Lagarde look set to continue.
As more customers shop online with faster delivery-time expectations, logistics providers are racing to acquire industrial facilities.
Housing developers in India have been looking more closely at new, alternative funding sources.
The global coliving sector is cementing its status among income-seeking investors with high profile deals.
Secondary fund transactions in Asia Pacific real estate are expected to build on a record 2018.
Growing levels of M&A are a key part of current strategies for Europe’s listed real estate.
The repercussions of reduced emissions regulation are providing opportunities for logistics investors around the world’s secondary ports.
Beijing’s commercial real estate market is on pace for a record year.
Some have suggested that Hong Kong is less important to China nowadays due to its reduced contribution to overall GDP. However, there are other factors that ensure Hong Kong’s relevance to the Mainland in the coming decades.
Innovative cities are tackling common problems and becoming increasingly competitive
Taipei has become one of the region’s most livable and tech-forward cities
Hotel guests can check in via phone and even choose their own room as hotels get a digital makeover
Read up on the latest property sales trends in Hong Kong's residential industry. Click to view JLL's October 2019 Residential Sales Market Monitor.
Smarter buildings bring risks as well as benefits, making cybersecurity a critical issue for landlords in the digital age.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Ms Carrie Lam delivered her third Policy Address on 16 October.
Unmanned air taxis, recently tested in Singapore, could transform urban transport
Engineered wood construction is booming, and policy initiatives further encourage its rise
Mass residential capital values in Hong Kong have declined further as buying sentiment cools. However, there are still examples of strong sell-through rates for new projects. Read our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
Indicators suggest that Hong Kong is heading towards a technical recession with a number of components of the city’s GDP, including weaker fixed capital formation, likely to drag on growth. However, can the government alleviate some of the pain?
Hong Kong has long been the most expensive office market in the world. The market appears to be at a tipping point, but how far can rents drop over the next few years?
Please read our quarterly update on Hong Kong’s economic landscape.
New vacancy tax to boost supply
Hong Kong office leasing demand further deteriorates as rents continue to soften in core submarkets.
Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong were down in July 2019, following strong tourist numbers earlier in the year. What are the implications for the retail sector?