Supply shortages and limited new deliveries have kept the leasing environment highly competitive in many of the world’s dominant office markets.
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This latest Global Capital Flows report reveals how a quick global recovery and unspent capital signal good news for commercial real estate.
In our third report in the ‘New World of Cities’ series we take a look at the different ways cities are categorised and at how city indices can be used to inform future urban strategies.
The world’s dominant commercial real estate markets appear to be back on track following a jittery start to the year. Recovery in investor sentiment since the mid-February low has been swift and there remains a significant amount of capital targeting real estate. Meanwhile leasing markets held up well during the quarter, and with sentiment improving, corporate activity is likely to ramp up during the course of the year.
Our latest Investment Intensity Index reveals the increasing attractiveness of ‘New World Cities’: transparent, innovation-oriented cities which are accounting for a growing share of global commercial real estate investment.
The JLL City Momentum Index (CMI) tracks a city's short-term socio-economic and real estate momentum in combination with measures of whether a city has the longer-term foundations for success. While only two European cities – London and Dublin – are represented in the Global Top20, a look beyond this list, to the Europe Top12 – the best performing cities in Europe – reveals pockets of dynamism.
The Premium Office Rent Tracker provides a snapshot of the rarefied world of the premium office market. While only a fraction of a city’s corporate base will pay such premium rents, the Tracker does benchmark office occupation costs on a like for like basis. It provides a useful barometer of relative city attraction, as well as highlighting the intense strains that many cities are now facing as their real estate markets try to accommodate growth.
The current cycle of globalization, urbanization and technological advancement is leading to a shake-up of the global urban hierarchy. In this new era of city competition, success revolves around innovation, liveability and a city’s ability to transform.
What are the drivers behind improving commercial attraction? JLL identify the Top 30 cities by market attraction and the Top 10 improvers in the last year.
The future of the workplace is changing – the way we work is evolving and organizations need to look for other strategies, tools or approaches to sustain and grow business. A focus on employee engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives.
Which ‘Emerging Cities’ top the global rankings and what are the key drivers behind the success of the 'New World Cities’?
Corporate confidence translates into occupational optimism - in the past six months we have seen mounting evidence that the balance is shifting as leasing activity improves across all property sectors.
JLL’s latest views and commentary on the most recent developments and future trends in the arena of property sustainability, that are likely to have an impact on real estate owners, investors, developers and corporate occupiers.
What are the world’s largest real estate markets? Which cities attract the most real estate investment relative to their size? Where are office rents growing fastest? JLL Cities Research Center – uncovering opportunities in cities around the world.
Responses from 544 CRE executives worldwide point to an immediate need for change. Read our report for powerful insights into the future direction of the CRE industry.
The convergence of facility services, technology and the workplace reflects a new approach to integrated facilities management. Learn how leading companies are transforming their relationships with their FM outsourcing providers to benefit from this new approach.