Increase in activity across primary markets and entity-level transactions drive volumes in 2018.
The fourth quarter of 2018 ended the year on an optimistic note, characterized by an active leasing market and sustained absorption and rent growth.
JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
In Q3 2018, the U.S. industrial market maintained momentum seen in the first half. Annual rental growth accelerated to 6.3%, the highest so far in 2018.
The IRS documents on Opportunity Zones provide developers some much-need clarity on how to invest.
Real estate conditions in both primary and increasingly secondary markets continue to move into law firms’ favor.
Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets.
The offer of residency remains far from a one-size-fits-all answer to encourage direct real estate investment.
A major player in commercial real estate markets, Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds are facing a challenging late-cycle investment environment that is impacting their deployment strategies.
M&A activity is growing across Asia Pacific’s real estate market, a sign that institutional investors are continuing to increase their allocations to real estate.
Illinois is becoming the capital of LEED-certified commercial property.
Commercial property investors and tenants are flocking to 18-hour cities that are active beyond the 9-5 workday but more affordable than New York.
The hotel real estate market is expected to remain healthy in 2019, thanks to strong fundamentals driven by a positive outlook on tourism travels, sustained growth forecasts for hotel operating performance and a record level of dry power for acquisitions. Return on hotel investment is attractive, compared to other asset classes and we expect global hotel investment volumes to hold steady in 2019.
The level of governmental action needed to meet the Paris emissions targets remains far short, but private actors, including many in the global real estate sector, are taking up the challenge.
Low vacancy and a limited pipeline coupled with one of the most diversified workforces in America makes Boston’s central business district office market unique amongst its peers, and well placed to see out the end of the current cycle.
Big data is bringing big changes to the way that supply chains and warehouses operate.
A productivity-boosting employee experience is essential in today’s workplace. Recognizing that smart space utilization is the leading way to create the most effective workplace strategies is the first step in achieving your company's ambitions.
Insights on traditional influencers of distribution site selection and the changes going on relative to more human centric industrial building design. The fast growing e-commerce industry and low unemployment rates make it even harder now for companies to attract and retain quality labor. This in turn is impacting the way companies look at their distribution networks as well as the industrial building design. Most anyone would prefer to work in an attractive, productive, comfortable, and safe space. Why have those attributes and other amenities typically found in an office environment, not been incorporated in industrial distribution center designs?
Workplace strategy is changing fast, but there are six trends we expect to last- and add value - even for the most traditional companies.
How to determine your office needs, find your ideal location, favorably negotiate your commercial lease and build out the space so it’s perfect for your company.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
For environmentally minded companies, good interior design is an intrinsic part of a greener office.
Banks have been scurrying to get with the digital age – creating apps that allow friends and family to send each other money in milliseconds and deposit checks remotely.
The U.S. office market maintained steady growth in Q2 2018, with sustained occupancy and rent growth and a healthy supply pipeline that will provide options.
In US cities, sports stadiums are increasingly the centerpieces of mini-neighborhoods along with hotels, shops and restaurants.
Can coworking fill empty retail space profitably? To find out, we conducted the first-ever inventory of coworking locations in retail properties across the US.
With MIT’s Real Estate Innovation Lab, we help our clients stay on the pulse of new real estate trends and technology – helping them future-proof their real estate.
In an industry that’s stayed much the same for hundreds of years, it’s exciting to see what's on the horizon for commercial real estate - and be a part of the movement.
Forecasting can be difficult. Just ask any meteorologist. Or if you’re interested in commercial real estate, Dr. Andrea Chegut of the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab.
Net lease transaction activity remains robust, with sentiment strongest for industrial assets.
Transaction volumes increase 5.0 percent as investors focus on primary markets.
Transaction volumes in industrial sector reach new annual record, driven by transactions over $500.0 million.
Entity-level transactions in 2018 lead to banner year for retail investment.
Multifamily transactions reach new high in 2018 as elevated demand improves fundamentals.
Hotel transactions surge in 2018 driven by the sale of luxury assets, resorts and portfolios.
With a hike in interest rates now on the back burner, the markets are wary of a trio of boogeymen. Any of which could put a serious damper on the economy.
Strong construction momentum will easily carry through the first half of 2019.
The job market started 2019 exceedingly strong given talent shortages.