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.
Investors from around the world are ploughing increased amounts of capital into office buildings across the German city.
Hotel operators have been buying firms focused on wellness in a bid to attract guests looking for healthy getaways.
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.
The jump was driven by an increase in both foreign and domestic investment.
Investment in global commercial real estate has cooled slightly this year after a bumper 2018 and caution amid political and economic uncertainty
Developing markets in Southeast Asia are attracting industrial property investors to new growth opportunities.
The insatiable appetite of e-commerce, coupled with the arrival of Industry 4.0, is driving demand for new, high-value smart warehouse facilities.
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.
China’s shift from being export-led economy to focus on domestic consumption with an explosive adoption of ecommerce is a catalyst for new logistics investment opportunities.
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.
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A residential site in Tuen Mun has been awarded to K&K Property. The winning bid was 8% higher than the upper-end of market expectations.
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.
A commercial/hotel development site in Kai Tak has been awarded to Far East Consortium for just under HKD 2.45 billion.
The consortium of K Wah International, Wheelock Properties and China Overseas Land and Investment won a tender for a residential site in Kai Tak.
China Resources Land has teamed up with Poly Property Group to acquire a residential site in the Kai Tak Development Area in Kowloon for HKD 12.916 billion.