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Retailers ramp up digital efforts to prepare for an unprecedented holiday season
Solutions to growing pressure to reimagine traditional office leasing models
Supply chains brace for shipping challenges as online shopping becomes the norm
Universities are reconsidering their campus experience to address a revenue gap left by dwindling enrolments
While some smart cities projects hitting hurdles, China’s are racing to the front of the pack
Better building standards are among efforts to help the built environment withstand the changing climate
During the economic downturn, companies are looking closely at cost savings from doing good
Global leaders gather to discuss overcoming the challenges
Traditionally given over to ventilation shafts or solar panels, today’s rooftops are increasingly becoming green spaces as part of a drive towards cleaner cities
Asia’s cities are leading the charge on employing super-fast internet speeds
Artificial intelligence may be in its infancy in the foodservice industry but it’s got huge potential
Investors and supermarket chains are becoming increasingly involved in the niche sector
City hotels are looking to locals during the lull in travelling further from home
Investment in health and safety tech helps industry prepare for the “silver tsunami”
The monetary response to the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to ease the downward pressure on housing prices due to a soft economy.
London commercial property presents a good investment opportunity for Hong Kong investors and developers to diversify their geographical income with attractive returns and lots of potential upside.
The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed much about the cities and communities we live in. It has also shown us the power of technology and how it can be applied in the built environment.
Hong Kong’s elderly population is set to double between 2016 and 2036. With many of these individuals holding net assets of more than HK$10 million, there exists an opportunity for the development of high-quality elderly homes. Read more.
Sun Hung Kai Properties won the tender for a site atop the West Kowloon Station in November 2019. This marks one of the most notable Hong Kong land sale transactions of the year due to the sheer size of the development and the record price tag.
There is a growing consensus that the property market has reached a cyclical peak. With the Hong Kong property market potentially on the cusp of a broad based correction, we believe that there are two critical steps that the government must take to cushion the market’s downside risks. View details.
Asian cities are moving up the innovation rankings, with Tokyo, Singapore and Beijing among the top five in JLL’s report on the most innovative cities globally, yet Hong Kong will need to attract more investment in R&D if it is to become one.
An integrated Greater Bay Area (GBA) has the potential to shape and accelerate the development of real estate markets across the region.
Japanese corporates, particularly those in the retail sector, account for the largest groups of foreign companies in Hong Kong. In 2018, most new retailers (22%) entering Hong Kong came from Japan, per JLL data.
The number of completed private flats in Q1 2019 fell to the lowest level since Q1 2015 after the Hong Kong government moved closer to implementing its proposed vacancy tax, according to figures released by Hong Kong’s Transport & Housing Bureau.
Currently, data centers in Asia Pacific are witnessing a surge in demand from both corporate users and investors. Find out more!
Green buildings are a key part of the solution to battle climate change. A building is classified as green if it meets certain defined criteria such as energy sustainability, water efficiency and environmental protection.
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.
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.
Hong Kong saw a more moderate office rental decline trajectory in August 2020. The momentum in new lettings picked up and net uptake improved as the third wave of COVID-19 cases began to recede. Read our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
Read up on the latest property sales trends in Hong Kong's residential industry. Click to view JLL's August 2020 Residential Sales Market Monitor.
With inbound tourism at a standstill, Hong Kong’s retail industry is looking inward to domestic consumption to support sales, particularly in the food-and-beverage categories. Read our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
Hong Kong’s residential market saw a notable pickup in primary sales in June, as sentiment improved amid quantitative easing. Read our latest snapshot of the Hong Kong office, residential, retail and industrial property markets.
Read up on the latest property sales trends in Hong Kong's residential industry. Click to view JLL's July 2020 Residential Sales Market Monitor.