Digging deeper to get to the heart of the trends shaping the commercial real estate industry.
Successful cities are never still. They change constantly, reacting swiftly to the prevailing winds of urbanisation, globalisation and technological innovation, and to the changing demands and opportunities that arrive with them. The ability of a city to adapt to change will be one of its defining measures of competitiveness. JLL’s Rosemary Feenan, explains more…
Stable, affluent and comparatively low prime rents - no wonder record numbers of luxury retailers are eyeing opportunities in the Nordic markets.
As the UK’s universities once again see record numbers of students taking up places at the start of the 2014 academic year, where those students will live is of growing interest to another group: investors.
London is universally recognised as a – if not the – premier global city. But with residential housing supply lagging far behind demand, could international capital provide a boost that the city needs to make up the shortfall?
As ownership of the Paris Marriott Hotel Champs Elysees transfers to a Hong Kong based property group, JLL investigates the growing trend of Chinese investors ploughing capital into assets that cater to the increasing demand from Chinese tourists.
Following its dramatic crash in 2008, Ireland can today boast of the most robust recovery stories in Europe. After eight years, is the tiger stirring?
As e-commerce levels sharpen the focus on supply chains, logistics facilities near seaports will become even more important.
Micro-locations across Warsaw are undergoing an exciting transformation. JLL Poland explore what these changes mean for the city.
Mobile technology and increasing flexibility with regards to when and where we work has many advantages. But how do we protect personal well-being and leverage true work-life balance?
What this flagship UK shopping centre transaction really means for retail real estate investment.