With investment opportunities at the top end of Australia's major markets scarce, co-owners are increasingly exercising their right to either take full control of buildings, or influence their future use.
After deploying a record amount of capital in Q1, Japanese investors and developers are expanding their remits
The Christchurch office space has shown positive signs of stability, so what does this mean for landlords
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.
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.
US$2 billion worth of capital was recently committed by two separate partnerships, evidencing the sector's appeal.
International investors are targeting Japan’s ‘living’ sectors, driven by demographics and changing lifestyles
Given New Zealand’s summer calendar dominating the first part of the year, as usual, the first quarter of 2019 has been a story of two halves
An evolving model of retirement living in Australia has become a magnet for global and domestic investors
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.
New designs are creating a better employee experience while delivering environmental benefits
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
As competition tightens in core sectors in Australia, investors are looking to diversify into Alternative real estate for risk-adjusted returns.
Today’s landlords are increasingly aware that incorporating high-quality space for collaborating and socializing in their office buildings is a better way to catch the eye of companies hunting for new premises.
Going green has gone from being a luxury option to a necessity for the global built environment sector today.
What is real estate’s role in realising the Smart Cities promise
From the frosty reception of the New Zealand public and media towards co-living, it’s almost as if the housing crisis that we face in Auckland and the inevitable impact on our children and future generations is happening in another city far away from our gaze
The private equity real estate sector has posted its strongest fundraising figures since the GFC
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
The push to ensure a high NBS rating has seen demand outstrip supply for office real estate in the capital – so what’s in the pipeline?
Christchurch is rich for retailers seeking to enter the market as supply continues to trickle into the market in line with a rising vacancy rate.
As there are virtually zero opportunities for new retailers to enter the CBD without compromising on outskirt areas, why are rents continuing to decline?
This year has seen a significant drop in the development pipeline as most of the stock affected by the 2011 earthquakes has now been rebuilt.
Consumers are changing the way they shop and this has had a profound impact on brick and mortar retailers, particularly in Wellington.
While office demand remained elevated over the quarter, there are a few large projects on the horizon which are likely to have a significant impact on the market.
The Retirement Village sector is now very well established and beginning to enter what we see as a new and more mature phase.
Cities with the highest percentage of university graduates are increasingly on the radar of companies and investors.
JLL's Vertical Vacancy Review visually investigates the performance of the prime office markets in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Download the review for Q3 2018 here.