Let’s look at what the future of work looks like and the four primary areas that smart companies are focusing on to harness change.
With tech tools becoming an integral part of the modern workplace, apps could soon be a crucial way for employers to keep their employees engaged – and for landlords to retain their tenants.
The recent protests in Hong Kong have caused many to wonder whether there will be a negative impact on the city’s property market. However, does the Hang Seng Index provide an indicator of how the residential market may react?
As demand for urban industrial space grows, on the back of the e-commerce boom, multi-storey warehouses are the next step in urban logistics.
International investors are targeting Japan’s ‘living’ sectors, driven by demographics and changing lifestyles
China Resources Land has teamed up with Poly Property Group to acquire a residential site in the Kai Tak Development Area in Kowloon for HKD 12.916 billion.
What is real estate’s role in realising the Smart Cities promise
The private equity real estate sector has posted its strongest fundraising figures since the GFC
As smart technology advances, it’s changing the way that office buildings operate.
Flexible space is reshaping global real estate markets. It is changing the way people think and respond to real estate.
With the rise of remote working and the growing reliance on digital collaboration, the modern office can feel a lot less social - but well-designed workspace can help prevent employee isolation.
Today’s workplaces are increasingly being designed with movement in mind to help promote employee health and boost productivity.
Today’s employees expect more from their workplace canteen than in previous years both in terms of what’s being served and when it’s available.
Funding to coliving has increased by more than 210 percent annually as rising housing costs in cities fuel the trend
Investor strategies continue to evolve, as emerging opportunities are starting to gain more traction and capital under management becomes more concentrated. Scalability remains a key focus, as does overcoming the challenges associated with sourcing product. Transaction activity suggests there has been a lot more focus around increasing deal sizes, targeting portfolios and undertaking indirect positions or M&A deals...
Tighter lending conditions in APAC are attracting a flurry of alternative sources of debt capital to real estate in the Island State
Blackstone Group's purchase of a US$18.7 billion industrial portfolio shows e-commerce continues to boost the sector
Across the world, mega-regions are increasingly becoming the economic powerhouses.
Local authorities and the hospitality sector are taking action to implement more sustainable tourism models for popular destinations
Space is sparse, costs are high, and finding a suitable place to live has become a real challenge. One solution, in short, is to go small. Micro apartments have cropped up in dense cities across the globe.
With Germany on a drive to clean up its streets, electric cars are increasingly part of the journey towards a low carbon economy.
In recent years it’s become a heavily-used thoroughfare and disconnected from daily Parisian life. That’s something that a plan to breathe new life into the fabled avenue hopes to reverse.
Urban living gets a makeover as affordability shrinks, the sharing economy expands
While there’s no shortage of artisan or chain outlets, residential developers are increasingly choosing to add their own offerings to the mix with coffee bars on the ground floors of new build apartments.
Tapping into lifestyle trends is key for retailers – and specialist brands often do it best.
There is a population dilemma that needs to be solved for Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area to be a success.
Cities with the highest percentage of university graduates are increasingly on the radar of companies and investors.
Today’s hotels are making it easier and more appealing to exercise away when away from home than ever before.
With faster wireless networks rolling out worldwide, cities and businesses are gearing up for the transformation
Mall owners want people shopping in their stores and locals want amenities on their doorsteps
Food trucks are at the forefront of modern urban dining – and have become a favourite way to boost the appeal of retail areas
While the new cross-border infrastructure between mainland China and Hong Kong has boosted visitor arrivals, this has failed to translate into retail sales. Download our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
The Chinese central government recently released the Greater Bay Area (GBA) Outline Development Plan to provide further guidance on the future development of the region.
Will the inverted US Treasury yield curve since March 2019 mean trouble for Hong Kong’s property market? Read JLL's latest snapshot of Hong Kong's economic landscape for more on this and other insights.
HK's high real estate costs are seeing young professionals look to alternative housing solutions, with many now opting for co-living schemes, a form of shared housing that echoes student-style living typically associated with university dorms. Click to see why such facilities have tripled since 2017.
Car parks offer a lower-priced entry point for property investors compared to other asset classes. With the number of privately licensed vehicles increasing by 48% between 2007 and 2017, demand for car parks amidst limited supply remains strong. Read on to find out more.
Developers financing spreading from first-time home buyers to upgraders