Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets.
The hotel real estate market is expected to remain healthy in 2019, thanks to strong fundamentals driven by a positive outlook on tourism travels, sustained growth forecasts for hotel operating performance and a record level of dry power for acquisitions. Return on hotel investment is attractive, compared to other asset classes and we expect global hotel investment volumes to hold steady in 2019.
Download your copy of JLL’s Foodservice Trends 2019 report, exploring how the F&B mega-trends have trickled down into various industries we work in.
The level of governmental action needed to meet the Paris emissions targets remains far short, but private actors, including many in the global real estate sector, are taking up the challenge.
JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
All retailers face the need for repairs and refurbishments to the buildings they occupy but scaffolding obscuring store entrances can be off-putting for shoppers.
The boom in urban populations as well as investment in public transport is pushing companies and investors to explore space outside traditional city centers.
Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities
Hong Kong’s office occupier market recorded a net withdrawal of 58,700 sq ft in November as demand failed to keep up with expiring leases. Read our summary of the latest market indicators and trends for the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
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.
Former industrial properties are in high demand as modern workplaces offering a combination of volume, versatility and value.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
For environmentally minded companies, good interior design is an intrinsic part of a greener office.
It’s not just tech and creative set-ups getting experimental in their color and design choices. More professional services and financial services firms are kitting out their offices with standing desks, beanbag chairs and abundant indoor greenery.
Modern workers and their employers are increasingly focused on getting the most out of their working day.
Robots butlers, keyless entry and virtual reality-enhanced room bookings: Hotel guests are increasingly being greeted by these once futuristic tech features around the world.
Brexit, flexible space, technology… All have big implications for British businesses and their real estate – and all were big talking points at the CBI’s annual conference.
With Hong Kong's current real estate cycle spanning almost a decade, investors have started to look beyond traditional sectors and into areas in which they can diversify their investment holdings. In this paper, we take a high-level look at some of the fundamentals driving a select group of alternative asset classes in Hong Kong and potential investment opportunities.
Office rents are increasingly correlated with Shanghai stock market movements
PRC developers adopt a more conservative approach towards government land sales
Europe’s disused docklands have become ripe for redevelopment – and in some cases now offer the most sought after residential and office locations in town.
Boutique gyms are gathering pace in Europe – and getting the right look in the right location is key to their success.
Developers tweak sales strategies to prop up sales activity in the primary market
Housing prices in Hong Kong slip for the second straight month in October. An increasingly uncertain economic outlook, together with a falling stock market, continue to weigh in on the city’s housing market. Read our summary of the latest market indicators and trends for the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
Redefining Hong Kong's trading position
As we enter 2017, Hong Kong's retail market looks less likely to focus on the luxury goods it has been famed for in the past, and more likely to target shoppers seeking mid-market products, food and beverage, and lifestyle and entertainment options.