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.
JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective shows that real estate markets are on track for a robust 2019
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
Stunning images shared on social media have become a powerful force for travelers and hotels
The sale of a well-recognized real estate complex in Singapore has signalled the strength of demand from overseas capital in the city state’s booming office market.
Funding to coliving has increased by more than 210 percent annually as rising housing costs in cities fuel the trend
With tourism in Japan booming and the 2020 Olympic Games on the horizon, investors have been taking a closer look at the country’s hotels.
Across the world, mega-regions are increasingly becoming the economic powerhouses.
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.
Big-box coworking spaces, enhanced shared spaces such as lounges inside downtown A-grade office buildings, are highly convenient, and are now opening up one after another. It can be said that flexible spaces have become essential infrastructure for A-grade offices.
There are more and more companies working on workplace reform as part of “work style reform,” but developing “hard” facilities will be in vain unless theyareactually put to use. The key is to develop strategies for sharing the essenceand purposes of a workplace with the people who work there.
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 . . .
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.
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?
Japan is gearing up to display its resurgent tech prowess
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.
Our latest Hotel Investment Highlights report provides insights on the investment markets and capital flows in the Asia Pacific region.
At the Monetary Policy Meeting in July, the Bank of Japan decided to buy short-term interest rates at -0.1% and long-term interest rates at close to 0%.
Quarterly analysis of cross-border investment to global commercial real estate markets.
Real GDP registered 2.1% in 1Q19 q-o-q (SAAR). Domestic demand was positive due to stronger public investment, despite a slowdown in private consumption and fixed investment. Exports slowed significantly on the back of the slowdown in overseas economies.
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According to the Tankan Survey in March, the business sentiment of large manufacturers was 12 points, 7 points lower in comparison to the previous survey in December, reflecting a deceleration in overseas economies.
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.