Our Mid-Year Global Data Center Outlook provides on the ground knowledge across local markets and an inside-look into this growing industry.
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Technology's steady march forward is changing our cities, with clear benefits arising in some places more than others.
Singaporean real estate investors have emerged Asia Pacific’s number one source of outbound capital in the first half of 2019, and their overseas deals are growing in scale and complexity.
In an increasingly tight real estate market, more and more investors are finding value in adapting obsolete buildings.
Find out how - with the right systems in place – Build to Rent has the potential to be a key part of reinventing housing solutions in New Zealand as we know it.
With more people than ever shopping online, efficient delivery to homes and offices is critical – and smart parcel lockers are an increasingly popular solution.
As traditional retailers move out of department stores, new types of tenants – from coworking companies to entrepreneurial pop-ups – are taking their place
Investors from around the world are ploughing increased amounts of capital into office buildings across the German city.
Amid a growing focus on wellbeing, quiet spaces are becoming an increasingly common feature of today’s offices
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.
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.
Hotel operators have been buying firms focused on wellness in a bid to attract guests looking for healthy getaways.
Explore the JLL Asia Pacific Property Digest where we share the latest trends in real estate markets for office, retail, residential, industrial and hotel properties in the region.
The decades-long commercial real estate boom that created the so-called Greater Bay Area is set to continue, and expand.
As the balance between domestic and international investors shifts in the UK's capital, active players in the market are increasingly focusing on refurbishing existing buildings.
Read JLL's Industrial Market Snapshot Q1 2019 showing that South Auckland market remains in growth mode, stimulated by demand for new and larger premises
The North Shore office market shows the lowest vacancy rate across all of the Auckland suburban markets. Read our latest North Shore Office Market Snapshot Q1 2019
Rents continued to rise in 1Q19, following low vacancy levels and ongoing occupier demand. Read our latest Auckland City Industrial Market Snapshot
Our latest research report — Q1 2019 Industrial Market Snapshot — presents the key trends and statistics for the Wellington industrial market
The Southern Corridor is expected to maintain the highest level of availability in Auckland, offering the greatest amount of large vacant continuous floorplates.
Southern Corridor Office Vacancy rate increased to 11.2%. Read our Auckland Office Southern Corridor Market Snapshot Q1 2019 to learn more
North Shore Industrial vacancy reduced to 1.7%. Read our Auckland North Shore Industrial Market Snapshot Q1 2019 to lear more
With a decrease in space under construction, demand has been able to catch up with the significant increase in new stock built post-quake.