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Latin America Office Market Overview, 2023
Office Market Report Mexico City 3Q 2023
JLL maintains top 200 ranking on Fortune 500
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
Hotel operators are looking to ride the boom in domestic travel
Investors can expect rent and value growths to persevere amid a persistent supply crunch
Uptick in retail investment by private capital comes as larger investors pause
Poor acoustics and a lack of privacy are affecting employee concentration
Predictive technology is driving down costs, supporting sustainability goals
Our latest research examines the evolution of employee expectations and corporate hybrid strategies. It is informed by the results of employee and employer surveys carried out by our Global Benchmarking team.
While some headwinds persist, investors remain optimistic over the next year and are looking to deploy increased capital into the hotel sector.
A historical shift in how we work and live is driving new opportunities
JLL's regular view on global real estate dynamics, covering: investment, office, logistics, retail, hotels and living, as well as CRE market trends. It is a unique combination of updates from professionals on the ground and insights from our leading research experts.
More companies are prioritizing sustainability tech but face challenges implementing it
Retail is being reshaped to include dining, entertainment and workspaces
The industry is racing to deliver unique guest experiences fuelled by new technology
Learn how life sciences companies tackle Scope 3 emissions and drive sustainability goals to mitigate climate change impacts and create a more sustainable future.
Fewer desks, soundproof booths and a new approach to projects are enabling hybrid work
AI is being hailed as the most influential technology on the proptech scene
From data-driven space optimization to enhanced collaboration and employee well-being, AI-powered tools are revolutionizing the modern workplace for increased productivity and satisfaction.
Staffing shortages are one of the biggest challenges in the healthcare industry. Experts say collaboration, technology, and culture must become top priorities.
Real estate strategies are shifting to drive growth
CRE professionals are facing a data deluge that requires robust tech strategies
Landlords and tenants are teaming up to take on complex issues facing businesses
Data center operators are rolling out programs to train the next generation of talent
China, Japan, and Korea dominated hotel investment volumes in the third quarter amid the ongoing travel momentum
After a record year, investment in self storage looks set to continue
A longing for fun, resulting in a more unforgettable and engaging holiday season for everyone involved
High demand for urban living could spark a wave of asset conversions in Asia Pacific
What does the resurgence in retail mean for shoppers and retailers in Asia Pacific?
Real estate owners and lenders are waking up to how climate change can impact asset performance, and many have identified climate risk as a critical concern.
Initiatives to increase green space and improve biodiversity are part of a more holistic sustainability agenda looking beyond decarbonization
A new ranking reveals an undersupply of net zero-carbon-ready office stock in Asia Pacific amid changing occupier expectations
Companies hoping to bridge the AI skills gap are looking for the best locations
Artificial intelligence and the war for talent are driving new real estate priorities
New regulations are helping countries better manage sustainable data center development
Decentralized and clean energy systems bring cost and environmental benefits
Green agreements are helping owners and operators align on sustainability goals
AI has tremendous potential to help real estate create a low carbon future
Sustainability efforts are putting the focus on data centers
Corporate and regulatory scrutiny are pushing chipmakers to embed ESG in their facility operations
Mixed-use masterplans aim to build business and communities
AI, 5G and hybrid work are fueling the rise of “edge computing”
This report includes 17 countries, i.e., 51% of the Latin American nation states, totaling 594 million inhabitants and amounting to 91.0% of the region’s total which, in turn, represents 7.5% of the global population.
The market continues its recovery reaching a positive net absorption during the last six quarters. Total office demand showed a 26% rise when compared to the same period last year.
The transaction volume within Baja California Sur positioned Los Cabos as one of the most dynamic residential markets with the biggest growth in Mexico.
Due to the recovery of the market, the reactivation of companies about returning to the office, adding the positive effect of near/reshoring and the growing demand for medical tourism, the vacancy rate continues to present low levels and in a healthy range
Rental prices remained stable during this quarter. Financial, technology and automotive sectors reported the highest absorption of square meters during the year.
General vision of what 10 of the main cities of LATAM do in terms of objectives and climate policies, especially in terms of buildings.
In 2022, due to the conditions mentioned in this report, Guadalajara's offices' rental prices reflect a recovery of the market after the pandemic.
Lodging demand elevated to unexpected heights. Global Hotel transaction volume
increased 131% year-over-year.
Restoring employee wellbeing to achieve sustainable performance
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.
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.