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The future of global office demand
Buenos Aires Office Report, Q1 2020
JLL reports second-quarter 2020 results
Investment volumes decline sharply amid caution, ongoing uncertainty
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective: Investor and Corporate looks at market dynamics during the second quarter and the impact of COVID-19
Growing investor interest and increased transparency in the alternatives sector are self-reinforcing
Investors are looking beyond the current uncertainty in the higher education market caused by COVID-19, but achieving scale is a challenge
There’s been an explosion of growth in the flexible space office market. But how has COVID-19 impacted flex and coworking? And how can investors and lenders even begin to value properties with flexible space?
Years after the initial hype, hurdles encountered when implementing the technology so far have proven too high
As the popularity of flexible space (flex space) starts to shake up office markets around the world, more investors are looking for ways to capitalise on the growing corporate demand
The next normal will include safety ratings and cleanliness councils
Commercial real estate markets are increasingly transparent, although the pace of improvement has slowed
Coronavirus is amplifying demand for more flexible commercial real estate
Distributed office models could help relieve employee anxiety
A recent oversupply of eggs in Singapore is just one example of "the bullwhip effect" stemming from long, complex supply chains
After the great home working experiment caused by COVID-19, companies of all sizes are now reassessing their stance on working from home.
Workplace data is bringing customised insights into how companies can best keep their employees safe as offices reopen their doors.
Organizations launch programs that address mental, physical, and emotional health
Automation and proptech have been in focus during the COVID-19 outbreak
Need to work from home? These workplace strategy hints will ensure it is easy and maximize your performance.
Due to the current context, many companies are switching to a home office. It is important that leaders have the right tools to move this change forward.
The current context is forcing many companies to consider reassessing how to keep employees safe while they remain productive.
Quiet zones, amenities for parents and gender-neutral facilities are increasingly common for companies seeking to nurture a diverse range of employees.
Companies are upping their sustainability game amid the tussle to attract and retain talent
Companies are looking at how to make their workplaces work for everybody
Despite ongoing global economic uncertainty, major institutional investors remain focused on both the social and environmental impact of their strategies.
Alternative lenders step up to fill traditional lending gap with more flexibility
Companies are rethinking space requirements, but not the need for the office
Cross-border real estate investors are taking advantage of changing market conditions
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
E-learning, traffic patterns and off-campus housing are all part of complex strategies to bring students back
While the need for more hospital beds has slowed, cities are now better prepared for a potential second wave of coronavirus
Apparel companies adjust as coronavirus impacts retail
Hotels focus on safety for guests eager to travel after COVID-19 lockdowns
Virtual property tours are offering investors and occupiers a way through restrictions on site visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
Grocers are adapting to meet online and in-store demand as people shelter in place
Picture-perfect murals have moved from illegal to mainstream as property owners and companies hire graffiti artists
Corporate giants are increasingly backing the move to net zero with ambitious sustainability commitments.
Around the world, foodservice brands are eyeing new overseas markets to drive growth.
Greater use of modular engineered timber methods in office developments could speed up construction and bring sustainability benefits.
The ‘grocerant’ is on the rise as consumer preferences shift toward to-go food
An essential guide for companies operating in foreign markets and a unique benchmark of real estate market transparency, the index ranks 99 countries and territories and 163 cities globally.
Increased working from home doesn’t equate to less demand. Our research identifies four key factors that will play a major role in shaping future office spaces.
We updated our comprehensive analysis of the Buenos Aires office stock, adding the Sur CABA submarket that includes the Distrito Tecnológico (tech district). Furthermore, the boundaries of the Macrocentro Norte submarket were realigned, resulting in the creation of the Macrocentro submarket.
What are the impacts and implications corporate occupiers should consider when re-entering the workplace and reimagining their real estate strategy post COVID-19