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Office report CDMX 2Q 2020
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JLL Reports Solid First-Quarter 2020 Results
Traditionally given over to ventilation shafts or solar panels, today’s rooftops are increasingly becoming green spaces as part of a drive towards cleaner cities
How COVID-19 has increased interest in air quality testing
Big data is front and center across a real estate industry hungry for insights
Australia Post, Facebook, among companies committing to new space in big cities
Countries with deep domestic pools of capital outperformed the broader market in the first half of the year.
Virtual models support remote monitoring and foster a safe environment for re-entry
Artificial intelligence may be in its infancy in the foodservice industry but it’s got huge potential
Partnerships are bringing space and service together as flexible space demand surges
How landlords are making shopping centers part of the supply chain
Challenging office market forces operators to adapt their business models
New health standards have companies adapting offices with a focus on tech
Investors and supermarket chains are becoming increasingly involved in the niche sector
From light and temperature to ventilation and cleanliness, building health is now more in focus than ever
Coronavirus is amplifying demand for more flexible commercial real estate
Distributed office models could help relieve employee anxiety
After the great home working experiment caused by COVID-19, companies of all sizes are now reassessing their stance on working from home.
Organizations launch programs that address mental, physical, and emotional health
Workplace data is bringing customised insights into how companies can best keep their employees safe as offices reopen their doors.
Automation and proptech have been in focus during the COVID-19 outbreak
Companies are upping their sustainability game amid the tussle to attract and retain talent
Quiet zones, amenities for parents and gender-neutral facilities are increasingly common for companies seeking to nurture a diverse range of employees.
Companies are looking at how to make their workplaces work for everybody
Investment volumes decline sharply amid caution, ongoing uncertainty
Growing investor interest and increased transparency in the alternatives sector are self-reinforcing
Investors are looking beyond the current uncertainty in the higher education market caused by COVID-19, but achieving scale is a challenge
Years after the initial hype, hurdles encountered when implementing the technology so far have proven too high
Long-awaited data shows the markets hit hardest, but also some bright spots
Investment in health and safety tech helps industry prepare for the “silver tsunami”
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
E-learning, traffic patterns and off-campus housing are all part of complex strategies to bring students back
While the need for more hospital beds has slowed, cities are now better prepared for a potential second wave of coronavirus
Apparel companies adjust as coronavirus impacts retail
Virtual property tours are offering investors and occupiers a way through restrictions on site visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
Grocers are adapting to meet online and in-store demand as people shelter in place
Maintaining strong economic growth in Southeast Asia means preparing for rising sea levels
Picture-perfect murals have moved from illegal to mainstream as property owners and companies hire graffiti artists
Total leasing activity showed a 21% drop, when compared to the same period of previous year. Net absorption reached 133,435 square meters, 6% below YOY. More than 70% of this net demand was concentrated in the Insurgentes (36%), Reforma (28%) and Polanco (13%) corridors.
The corporate market of Guadalajara, showed a slight decrease compared to the
previous quarter, which shows that even with the current situation of Covid-19, the negative effects of it have not been reflected, consequently, shows a stable and secure market. Despite the country's instability and uncertainty, Guadalajara continues to be a receiving area for foreign investment, since the technology companies are taking place in the city, and their income is in the US currency.
We may be experiencing a “K-shaped” recovery, with great implications for commercial real estate
Undeniably, the coronavirus pandemic has had considerable impact on the China’s economy in 1Q20. Amidst the uncertainties, some green shoots of recovery are beginning to appear in select industry sectors.