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2021 Asia Pacific Real Estate Outlook
Reimagine: the new future of work to shape a better world
Fitting out your offices in APAC will cost more in 2021, reveals JLL
Beyond the Rebound: The New Asia Pacific Real Estate Cycle
Technology, sustainability and well-being has accelerated change for enterprises. Work, workforce and workplace, all key to any business strategy is enabled by real estate
Retailers and mall landlords are scaling digital efforts after a year where brick-and-mortar operations took a hit
Shopping, work, travel: In a turbulent year, commercial real estate was at the center of big changes
The luxury residential development site at Nos. 2,4,6 and 8 Mansfield Road on The Peak sold for HKD46,272 per sq ft, A.V.
Limited new supply to hold up housing prices
In a year filled with uncertainty, the answers could help shape the months to come
Recent developments are providing markets with optimism, although the next six months are key for real estate
A downward trend for Grade A office rents extended across all major submarkets with the overall market recording a 0.7% m-o-m drop in November.
A landmark survey shows flexible policies will endure post pandemic, pushing companies to reshape offices for a modern workforce
As companies embrace more flexible ways of working and workplaces evolve to become more experience-oriented, tech-enabled and data-driven, it’s giving rise to new job roles
With women leaving in droves, there’s an increasing focus on flexible work policies
Psychological and physical safety needs are driving new design theories
Invest in or lease office property, and create environments that attract tenants, employees or buyers.
Certifications ranking health in office buildings are cropping up in major real estate markets as COVID raises the stakes on employee wellbeing
How health concerns and cost savings are making long-term changes to the business trip
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Hotels in big city centres are pulling all the stops for a slice of the domestic traveller market
Small-scale projects such as road upgrades attract investment for immediate economic boost
Cold storage boxes and freezer farms are only part of the picture
A long-term trophy amongst of global real estate markets, Hong Kong has needed a myriad of external events to accelerate long awaited changes in real estate.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Mrs Carrie Lam delivered her fourth Policy Address on 25 November. We highlight the key initiatives that are most relevant to the city’s property sector.
Supply chains brace for shipping challenges as online shopping becomes the norm
The new working practice may affect the demand on residential properties. We expect the importance of location is likely to steadily decline while living standard will become more significant. Read up on the latest property sales trends in Hong Kong's residential industry. Click to view JLL's November 2020 Residential Sales Market Monitor.
A membership ecosystem can break down the rigid siloes between working, dining and relaxing and create a feature-rich workplace experience that is powered by technology and be an enabler of flexibility. Could memberships be the future of office leasing? Is the outcome a win-win for owners and occupiers?
Sales activity in Hong Kong’s office sector gradually picked up in October, resulting in the highest monthly investment volume for 2020 being recorded. Read our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
JLL’s latest Premium Office Rent Tracker compares occupancy costs for premium office buildings across the world’s leading real estate markets.
Despite the overwhelming subscriptions for this launch, we do not expect a large number of subscribers to move to the secondary market, hence unlikely to drive secondary market prices.
Hong Kong’s residential market recorded a notable rebound in sales activity in September, owing to an increase in second-hand transactions.
The transacted price of the residential site at 37 Shouson Hill Road is broadly reflective of Hong Kong’s current economic and market conditions with little premium for the site’s rarity.