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
Many of the world’s fastest growing ports have a surprising thing in common - they are all inland. And their increasing popularity means more need for accompanying logistics investment.
Singaporean real estate investors have emerged Asia Pacific’s number one source of outbound capital in the first half of 2019, and their overseas deals are growing in scale and complexity.
In an increasingly tight real estate market, more and more investors are finding value in adapting obsolete buildings.
Hotel operators have been buying firms focused on wellness in a bid to attract guests looking for healthy getaways.
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.
Air conditioning is the fastest-growing use of energy, with 30 percent coming from commercial buildings
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
JLL Canada hires Michael Belina as Senior Vice President
Amid a growing focus on wellbeing, quiet spaces are becoming an increasingly common feature of today’s offices
Conversations surrounding the Edmonton office market shifted focus in the second quarter, with a growing segment of the market setting its sights Downtown.
Strong demand from a diverse tenant mix is pushing the office market to more landlord favourable conditions.
One of the first deliveries of the construction cycle arrives Downtown but brings no relief to the market.
Montreal office market conditions held firm in the second quarter with steady demand and rent growth, particularly in the Midtown submarkets where creative and tech companies continue to cluster.
Dwindling availability push asking rents to new heights across Metro Vancouver.
With increasing positive net absorption for consecutive quarters, it looks like the Downtown office market is in a recovery phase.
Investment volumes across Canada rebounded in the second quarter, reaching $12.5 billion. A stronger economy and the prospect of interest rate cuts facilitated this increased activity.
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.
Positive net absorption and significant deliveries points to a healthy, balanced market
Demand continues to outpace supply as new developments and expansions are steadily emerging
Significant Q2 deliveries bring little relief, vacancy rate is likely to remain below 2% through 2019
Few construction completions this quarter, but the tsunami is coming!
Cannabis industry expands footprint, leading construction starts higher amid otherwise slow growth
Our Mid-Year Global Data Center Outlook provides on the ground knowledge across local markets and an inside-look into this growing industry.
How is Toronto taking the Bloor-Yorkville luxury retail corridor to another level?
The Canadian construction pipeline is booming; space under construction is up 29.2 percent year over year.
For the first time in tourism research, WTTC and JLL have teamed up to look at current status and concentration, and the leisure/business mix paired with both a look at urban readiness and policy engagement of the cities, to determine the best path forward to future success in travel and tourism.
Another strong quarter as the office market braces for an impending wave of supply
As the global shipping industry continues to shift through bankruptcies, mergers and alliances, competition between ports is heating up.
Measured energy recovery cultivates improving real estate fundamentals
Investment activity slows, but fundamentals point to a rebound over the course of the year