Investor sentiment has been buoyed by the Liberal party’s victory in the polls.
With faster wireless networks rolling out worldwide, cities and businesses are gearing up for the transformation
What does the new era mean for commercial real estate investors?
Across the world, mega-regions are increasingly becoming the economic powerhouses.
European institutional capital is increasingly looking to the renewable energy sector
Attention is turning to the city’s old buildings as new land for development remains scarce.
Growing numbers of older travellers are opting to stay in lifestyle hotels across Asia Pacific
Inadequate office supply coupled with the lowest vacancy rates in 40 years is driving unrelenting demand for commercial floorspace in Sydney and Melbourne, boosting already high rents
The tech-fuelled competition is the latest signal of growing confidence in the region’s biggest economy.
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
As temperatures rise, so does the air con use in office buildings. Now, new designs are creating a better experience for employees as well as delivering environmental benefits.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
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.
The fourth industrial revolution is beginning to change the way manufacturing and logistics companies operate and use real estate.
Co-working companies are scooping up empty space in China’s shopping malls as the country’s e-commerce boom leads retailers to rethink their bricks-and-mortar strategies.
Paris real estate is no longer the preserve of European investors as more capital from Asia flows into the city
Trends at play in Asia Pacific, beyond e-commerce, are attracting real estate investors to industrial property and influencing developers and occupiers.
Asia Pacific is a rapidly evolving market for investors offering exciting opportunities to diversify and spread risk across multiple markets with in the industrial space.
Heard the buzz about logistics in Asia Pacific but don’t know how to get in the game? You’re not alone.
How the rise of the shared economy is propelling a new way of living, and the impacts on the real estate market.
Real estate firms are increasingly putting technology front and centre in their businesses, as the industry continues to grapple with changes brought by property technology (Proptech).
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
As retailers and logistics firms aim to become more agile to deliver goods in line with today’s consumer expectations, on-demand space is catching on within warehouses.
With the shift from logistics as a cost centre to an opportunity generator, investors should keep an eye on this sector in Asia Pacific.
Savvy industrial investors can get in on the country’s expanding e-commerce market by investing in logistics.
Local authorities and the hospitality sector are taking action to implement more sustainable tourism models for popular destinations
Tokyo’s Nakamenguro neighborhood has come a long way from its days as a backwater industrial area with a polluted river to a popular cherry blossom watching spot during hanami season.
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.
Vacancy has continued its downward trajectory, with the overall Christchurch office rate now sitting at 8.3%.
Strong occupier demand and a shortage of industrial space continues to drive low vacancy rates.
The South Auckland industrial market (Airport Corridor, East Tamaki, Manukau/Wiri) remains in growth mode, stimulated by occupier demand for new and larger premises.
Demand remains elevated for CBD office accommodation, with overall vacancy decreasing by 34 bps to 6.1% in 1H18.
North-West remains in growth mode, driven by new infrastructure, low vacancy in competing locations and high market demand.
Overall tenant demand in the capital maintained its momentum, as pent-up demand backfills larger floor plates that have come to market.
Demand for Christchurch industrial space continued decelerating over 1H18.
The Wellington industrial market continued to perform strongly over the first half of 2018.