JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective shows that momentum is moderating but market fundamentals remain robust
There has been a surge of interest in Tokyo's Gotanda area recently owing to its accumulation of IT venture companies.
Engineered wood construction is booming, and policy initiatives further encourage its rise
Our new research looks at the rapidly evolving global system of cities, the impact of the major forces of change on global urban dynamics and the implications for the real estate sector.
Hospitality brands in Japan are moving overseas in a bid for growth at home.
As more people flock to Europe’s big cities, they all need somewhere to live yet affordable housing is thin on the ground. How are different governments dealing with the growing issue?
Self-storage facilities are called “trunk rooms” in Japan. This type of asset is starting to draw attention from investors. Self-storage facilities can be expected to be used for relatively long periods of time, but the most attractive . . .
Japan is gearing up to display its resurgent tech prowess
You may be familiar with construction management in the context of a development project. Now, construction managers are needed by property management companies that manage existing buildings.
India’s central bank last week moved to bolster a slowing economy with its third key interest rate cut of the year, a decision that should give a boost to the country’s residential property markets.
Shopping centers—a symbol of the localeconomy—are startingto struggle. There are vacant spaces in the buildings, and they are a mere shadow of what once used to be the busy “No. 1 place to shop in the area.”
While there are many luxury hotels in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto, more local governments outside of major cities are working on attracting luxury hotels by themselves. They recruit advisors from the public and look for ways to invite hotels. The expectations pinned on hotels to become a core hub for the urban development seems to be higher than we expected.
Both homes and offices are getting smarter thanks to rapidly advancing technology – although not at the same pace.
With workplace stress and burnout a growing issue for companies, good office design can boost wellbeing and help employees to stay on top of their job.
Service and technology are reaching new levels in the office to enable a happier and more efficient workforce
Landlords are incorporating flexible space in their buildings, prioritizing it as an essential feature. By doing this, they aim to unlock more cash flow and even build a pipeline of future tenants.
With the open-plan office now ubiquitous, a growing variety of workplace pods are being rolled in to bring a greater level of privacy.
Disruption has been upending business models for decades, but now there are no excuses to be unprepared. Here are five tips from experts on staying disruptive to avoid disruption in the digital age.
Flexible space remains popular among start-ups and small firms. But now even corporate occupiers are increasingly incorporating it into their Asia Pacific leasing strategies.
Amid a growing focus on wellbeing, quiet spaces are becoming an increasingly common feature of today’s offices
With tech tools becoming an integral part of the modern workplace, apps could soon be a crucial way for employers to keep their employees engaged – and for landlords to retain their tenants.
As smart technology advances, it’s changing the way that office buildings operate.
Buildings can be securitized through privately offered funds which promise maximum returns to investors. Owners of these buildings have started to put more energy into tenant services by bearing the costs themselves. It proves that the importance of tenant services has been acknowledged by the office building industry at large.
More hotel investors are turning away from the traditional route of working with local development partners.
With flexible workspace in the spotlight as never before, there’s a growing urgency to identify which models work best
Portfolios of food-related retail assets are changing hands as investors search for reliable income sources.
Following in Mario Draghi’s footsteps, Europe’s economic stimulus policies under Christine Lagarde look set to continue.
As more customers shop online with faster delivery-time expectations, logistics providers are racing to acquire industrial facilities.
Housing developers in India have been looking more closely at new, alternative funding sources.
Secondary fund transactions in Asia Pacific real estate are expected to build on a record 2018.
The global coliving sector is cementing its status among income-seeking investors with high profile deals.
Growing levels of M&A are a key part of current strategies for Europe’s listed real estate.
The repercussions of reduced emissions regulation are providing opportunities for logistics investors around the world’s secondary ports.
Beijing’s commercial real estate market is on pace for a record year.
As real estate investors question how much longer the current extended cycle has to run and fixed rates remain low, investors are viewing their existing portfolios with refinancing in mind.
Innovative cities are tackling common problems and becoming increasingly competitive
Taipei has become one of the region’s most livable and tech-forward cities
Hotel guests can check in via phone and even choose their own room as hotels get a digital makeover
Smarter buildings bring risks as well as benefits, making cybersecurity a critical issue for landlords in the digital age.
Unmanned air taxis, recently tested in Singapore, could transform urban transport
Local politicians are stepping up to take charge on some of the world's most pressing issues.
These days it's not just the world's most famous capital cities looking outside their national borders for growth.
Spaces where companies can whip up food fast are expanding rapidly to meet the needs of hungry consumers.
Technology's steady march forward is changing our cities, with clear benefits arising in some places more than others.
With more people than ever shopping online, efficient delivery to homes and offices is critical – and smart parcel lockers are an increasingly popular solution.
As traditional retailers move out of department stores, new types of tenants – from coworking companies to entrepreneurial pop-ups – are taking their place
This report showcases the rent and vacancy rate for Tokyo Grade A office as of September end 2019.
This report showcases the rent and vacancy rate for Tokyo Grade A officeas of August end 2019.
This report showcases the Osaka commercial real estate market and its potential for high growth to the global investors.
This report showcases the Japan capital flows and investment trends.
New supply totalled 459,000 sqm in 2019, increasing total stock by 4% q-o-q and 20% y-o-y.
Large-scale retail stores and department stores in May decreasing for the second consecutive month. Meanwhile, international luxury brand sales have been uneven by brand, with some posting remarkable and others negative growth.
The vacancy rate stood at 0.3% in 2Q19, decreasing 20 bps q-o-q and 50 bps y-o-y, registering the lowest level since JLL started tracking in 2004.
Asia Pacific’s hotel transaction volumes are expected to increase by 25 to 30 per cent year-on-year to more than US$11 billion in 2019.
For today’s cities, innovation and real estate investment go hand-in-hand.
Japan’s real GDP registered negative growth of 0.6% q-o-q (SAAR) in 1Q18, contracting for the first time in nine quarters since 2015.