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New regulations are helping countries better manage sustainable data center development
Decentralized and clean energy systems bring cost and environmental benefits
Green agreements are helping owners and operators align on sustainability goals
AI has tremendous potential to help real estate create a low carbon future
Sustainability efforts are putting the focus on data centers
Uncertainty lingers for Hong Kong’s data centre industry as cross-border data deal unfolds
Corporate and regulatory scrutiny are pushing chipmakers to embed ESG in their facility operations
Mixed-use masterplans aim to build business and communities
AI, 5G and hybrid work are fueling the rise of “edge computing”
Commercial real estate investors across property types are diversifying investments geographically within cities while looking toward non-traditional urban locations
As the case for clean energy takes precedence, wavering regulations and costs continue to create obstacles.
Organizations are beginning to use buildings to do good
Shopping malls have been recently observed laying out experiential retail actively to create innovative shopping experiences.
Experiential F&B concept is reshaping Bangkok’s retail landscape, driving footfall, occupancy, and revenue. Adaptation is key to success in a dynamic market.
The Osaka market is recovering from the pandemic. It is expected to become even more active with the upcoming EXPO 2025 and Integrated Resort.
Given that life sciences are on the ascent across the globe, how will Hong Kong adapt and get a slice of the cake?
The rapid recovery in occupancy rates indicates a strong rental demand and great potential in the market.
With Batam’s strategic location, attractive tax incentives and good infrastructure, the island is well-positioned to become Indonesia’s next data centre hub.
Exploring why secondary vacancy rates outperform prime in Adelaide’s CBD office market
Pockets of resilience and opportunities for freehold offices.
Chinese businesses are expanding internationally, with a growing demand to localise supply chains overseas.
Increasing mergers and acquisitions in the real estate sector amidst economic headwinds, as investors remain confident in the market’s long-term growth potential.
New office buildings serve as catalysts for long-term development and the vacant space will likely be absorbed as the economy recovers over time.
Growing demand for ESG-compliant office space among corporate occupiers as they look to meet their net-zero targets.
JLL’s latest Premium Office Rent Tracker compares occupancy costs for premium office buildings across the world’s leading real estate markets.
The journey to decarbonization
This article looks at the CAGR trend of e-commerce values vs. Bangkok Prime occupancy, with our prediction on the future trend post pandemic.
Seongsu-dong is the trendsetting district in Seoul, backed by a distinctive culture and young consumers.
In 2021, the Beijing commercial real estate market continued to recover from the pandemic, with the Grade A office leading the trend.
Amid “Carbon Neutralisation”, photovoltaic power generation has created opportunities for warehouse investors to develop sustainable businesses
JLL has launched its first survey on Global Logistics Real Estate to test sentiment in the market and gather fresh insights across a range of issues that could affect future occupier and investment decisions in this highly dynamic sector.
Expectations are that offices will return to be the heart of our cities. But how will offices and office spaces change in different cities across the globe?
JLL’s latest research focuses on China’s leading cities upon the ‘new era’ – the China12 – which are at the forefront of the transition to the innovation economy.
JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities