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Canada investment outlook - Q4 2020
JLL completes historic sale of 1.2M SF Molson District in Montreal
Seven recipients receive the JLL Women in Real Estate Award in 2020
The number of companies committing to net-zero energy doubled in 2020
How soon can a workplace achieve herd immunity? It all depends on office layout, type of work and the number of vaccinated employees
There’s been a significant drop in the number of women in the workforceduring the pandemic
Beyond ventilation – creating cleaner office air
How Canadian retailers are pivoting and showing signs of resilience
A review of the industry's latest trends and what to expect in 2021
The challenges of 2020 presents a unique opportunity to reflect and improve on what was considered normal. JLL's report offers a 2021 vision for creating a better normal.
Investment landscape highly fragmented as investors shy away from "high-touch" office and retail, and flock to multifamily, industrial, and development land.
In our new research involving a survey of 2,000 office workers across the world, we have learned that hybrid work is becoming the preferred option.
2020 framed by diminishing leasing activity as well as record give backs, but fundamentals have held strong in most markets
Vacancy is once again reaching for historic lows as developers find creative ways to meet demand
Technology, sustainability and well-being has accelerated change for enterprises. Work, workforce and workplace, all key to any business strategy is enabled by real estate
Canadians are shopping early and online this holiday season due to COVID
The results are in: over 2,000 office workers told us their thoughts about the workplace and how their priorities are different now than before the pandemic.