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With women leaving in droves, there’s an increasing focus on flexible work policies
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.
The occupiers' journey to reimagine their real estate strategy in the next normal and thrive in the era of COVID-19
Setting the stage to reimagine real estate in a post-pandemic era
Solar panels will be required on new commercial buildings by 2023.
New design techniques and building materials are helping to cut embodied carbon
Returning confidence and a hunt for yield is pushing deal volumes higher
Investors are homing in on luxury hotels as resurgent international travel boosts the hospitality sector
Developers are planning for a high-tech future that requires greater flexibility.
Investors and occupiers have never had such an array of information to aid them in their decision making
There are now 659 data centers operated by hyperscale providers.
Businesses are looking at how to better tap the potential of big data and proptech
Given the ups and downs of COVID-19, a delayed or reversed return to the office is affecting employees.
Innovation districts are building communities beyond the classroom
After years of lagging residential markets, commercial real estate is turning to digital solutions
Projects using the sustainable construction material largely remain on track.
Technology that enables people to work from anywhere can help attract a more diverse workforce with different perspectives
Companies are starting small in order to see what works for employees
Different approaches take into account employee preferences and regulations.
Data centers are facing labor shortages. Augmented Reality is being used to train new workers without the risk of them making mistakes while learning that could take down the cloud.
Companies look to new types of spaces for mental health benefits.
Universities are looking to partner with flexible space providers amid a revenue crunch
Burnout, purpose, and wellness are top of mind after a tumultuous year
More buildings are now installing their own green energy sources as companies look to minimise their carbon footprints
Hear what AXA Investment Managers, HSBC, and others are doing differently to keep workers happy
AI is stepping in to better manage space requirements and keep buildings operating smoothly
Swelling demand for studio space is bringing the bricks behind film sets into the spotlight
From technology to real estate footprints, companies are prioritizing resilience
Transport is being factored into the overall carbon footprint of warehouses
Green lending is on the up – and building certifications are playing a central role
Investor confidence gets a boost from vaccine rollouts and economic recovery
The much-anticipated C-REITs are aimed at boosting growth while avoiding overheating
Investors are collaborating more with companies seeking top grade property
As retail shifts to meet new consumer demands, schools are filling the gaps
From fiberbots to Martian concrete, how will new construction materials reshape real estate?
The focus on financial risk is increasing as weather patterns become more intense and unpredictable
Public-private initiatives, education and incentives are vital to reach net zero goals
A new approach focuses on making the games less expensive, more sustainable
Data centres are on the right path to reduce their impact on the environment
City centers looked different during the pandemic. What changes will stick?
After one year from the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic, its impact on the office market continues causing negative effects. The vacancy rate is at its highest point and the low demand level for office space continues.
JLL has launched its first survey on Global Logistics Real Estate to test sentiment in the market and gather fresh insights across a range of issues that could affect future occupier and investment decisions in this highly dynamic sector.
The Monterrey office market has been affected due to the COVID-19 health crisis. Until now, there is still uncertainty about the method of returning to the offices, whether it will be a face-to-face, home-office, or hybrid mode.
This global research provides unique insights into how investor and corporate real estate strategies are evolving to achieve better sustainability outcomes.
Mexico features robust market dynamics that make it an attractive destination for hospitality and real estate investment. Some of these factors include, but are not limited to, its strategic location and accessibility in the Americas, its robust macroeconomic profile, its favorable trade policies, its modern infrastructure, and its rich cultural heritage and natural wonders.
The office market in Mexico City was one of the many sectors that also suffered harsh impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as the virus is controlled, derived from the vaccination program, there will be a more accurate picture of the office market's situation in the short term.
Rental prices have experienced a moderate downward trend, mainly due to the crisis and new projects entering the market.
Having led more than hundreds of projects during the last year, JLL has thorough information to understand the pass of the industry and the expectations for next years
Due to oversupply and low demand for office space, in addition to the current economic crisis and the COVID 19 impact, the office market is tenant favorable, and will so remain at least during the next two years.
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
Description of the office submarkets in Mexico City and a comparison between supply and demand for office spaces regarding previous years.