Americas

How are the debt markets impacting the hospitality sector?

There continues to be strong liquidity for hospitality loans, but borrowers will experience greater volatility and higher pricing particularly in CMBS.

Northrock, a best-in-class multifamily asset in Dallas

JLL presents the opportunity to acquire, Northrock, a brand new, 362-unit best-in-class asset located at the southern gateway to the Lake Highlands […]

Americas

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could see a surge in real estate ownership

All leases must be recognised as lease assets and liabilities on the balance sheet by the end of 2019.

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could lead to a surge in real estate ownership

Eight years since it was first floated, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), along with U.S.-based Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), have […]

Americas

Gilda Perez-Alvarado recognized as Top Hotel Broker

Awarded to the hotel industry professional who demonstrates “enthusiasm, drive and style” in arranging transactions which benefit both buyer and seller, JLL’s […]

Americas

Why student housing is piquing institutional interest

Investment volumes in this space in 2016 increased 64.5 percent year-over-over.

Hotel investment outlook 2016 : Strength in unity

2015 marked the second-highest year on record for hotel transactions, posting a confounding growth rate of 50 percent on the prior year, […]

Americas

Sizing up U.S. industrial portfolios: are single asset acquisitions the new norm?

According to JLL’s U.S. Industrial Investment Outlook, 26 percent of transactions year-to-date are from portfolio deals.

Global retailers lock down prime window space

An increasing number of global retailers are flexing large capital to lock down prime window space.

Americas

No emissions, no problem for country’s first electric corporate bus fleet

Considering they are nearly silent, Proterra’s Catalyst bus makes a lot of noise as passersby cannot help but stare and ask questions about the striking vehicle.

The world’s most expensive office space

Hong Kong has the world’s costliest office space, beating London to the top spot according to a new report by property consultancy JLL.

Americas- Submit for review

What’s the affinity for city skylines?

Skyline buildings comprise approximately 42.0 percent of the CBD marketplace.

APAC

Australia’s industrial portfolio sales to slow as investors look inward

Portfolio sales in Australia’s industrial real estate market have had a four-year sales streak, but the party can’t last forever.

Track Records: Trophy hotel asset with a substantial underlying business | Bendigo, Australia

A huge hotel asset on substantial city centre landbank JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group has the pleasure of offering for sale the […]

APAC

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could see a surge in real estate ownership

All leases must be recognised as lease assets and liabilities on the balance sheet by the end of 2019.

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could lead to a surge in real estate ownership

Eight years since it was first floated, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), along with U.S.-based Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), have […]

APAC

Cairn’s earning the mantle of hotel investment hotspot

Second high profile hotel sale this year confirms renewed investor interest in the iconic tourism destination. The Pacific Hotel Cairns, a landmark […]

Maldives’s new 99 year lease spurs investors’ interest

The Maldives has approved plans to extend leases for resort developments, adding to an already long list of investor-friendly policies and further […]

APAC

Q2 2016 Asia Pacific Market Perspective

Stuart Crow, Head of Asia Pacific Capital Markets, gives his updates

The future is looking bright for Japan’s aged care sector

Japan’s is globally renowned for its greying demographic, with the country often used as a case study for all issues related to […]

APAC

What drove industrial S-REITs in to overseas markets in 2015?

2015 saw industrial focused Singapore REITs (S-REITs) make significant acquisitions in offshore markets like Australia, Korea and Malaysia whilst their office, retail […]

Logistics: How do Asia Pacific expectations for 2016 compare to global?

From corporates to investors, Industrial real estate remained a firm global favourite in 2015 with activity reaching record highs in some markets. And, according […]

APAC

The world’s most expensive office space

Hong Kong has the world’s costliest office space, beating London to the top spot according to a new report by property consultancy JLL.

China’s top office leasing deals of 2015

In 2015, China’s financial reform continued in earnest and the country made progress in rebalancing its economy. As the economy shifts from […]

APAC

Singapore’s CBD transforms into health-conscious Work, Live And Play destination

A new trend towards sustainability in mixed-use developments incorporating healthy lifestyles and wellness is driving retail concepts in Singapore’s Central Business District. […]

The future of Auckland’s CBD retail

Forecasted population projections for Auckland’s CBD is expected to significantly impact the future the city’s retail offering according to real estate consultancy, […]

APAC- Submit for review

Another year in the spotlight for logistics real estate?

2015 proved to be a banner year for activity in many logistics markets around the world. What changes will 2016 hold? In […]

Chicago infill development opportunity – 215 N. Michigan Avenue

A prime development site located at 215 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.

Two complementary apartment communities in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains

The North River Portfolio consists of Ridgemont, a 226-unit community built in 1988, located on the North Shore, minutes from downtown Chattanooga, and […]

Archive

High-technology clusters reshape Canada’s office landscape

​Jones Lang LaSalle’s inaugural Canadian High-Technology Office Outlook is a comprehensive study of one of the most dynamic and innovative industries in Canada. Recent […]

A look at Bitcoin and property prices

Excerpt from The Source blog The new international digital currency Bitcoin has found itself in the news quite a bit over the […]

Asia Pacific

Tight foreign investment control no reason to panic

Despite the recent tightening of foreign investment regulations by the Chinese Government, it’s likely to have minimal long-term effects on inbound capital from the country into Australia’s commercial real estate markets.

Technology and pharmaceutical firms big players for office space in 2017

It looks set to be a buoyant market for office space this year. According to JLL’s latest Office Market Sentiment Survey, the […]

EMEA

Brexit ‘very bad’ for Britain and EU, Oxford professor tells JLL

Britain, especially London, would become less competitive if it votes to leave the European Union, accordng to Oxford University professor, Ian Goldin

Hotel investors head east in the UK capital

Just one in 10 of the 18,000 hotel rooms that opened in London in the last four years were in the West End.

EMEA

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could see a surge in real estate ownership

All leases must be recognised as lease assets and liabilities on the balance sheet by the end of 2019.

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could lead to a surge in real estate ownership

Eight years since it was first floated, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), along with U.S.-based Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), have […]

EMEA

Track Records: Hotel Investment Opportunity in one of the top three most visited cities in Europe

The Hotel Silken Diagonal Barcelona is a 4-star property situated on the famous Avenida Diagonal and in the centre of the growing […]

Track Records: Iconic tower in La Défense, Paris

Located in the heart of Paris’s financial centre, this iconic tower afford excellent views towards Paris with easy access to the metro […]

EMEA

Is now the time to invest in Africa’s hotel sector?

Image: Lagos is the most populas city in Nigeria Africa’s fledgling hotel industry offers investors increasing opportunity, according to new JLL research, […]

Double hotel deal in Belgium

Two hotels in the Belgium city of Antwerp, the Radisson Blu and the Park Inn, have been sold for a total of […]

EMEA

Hotel investment outlook 2016 : Strength in unity

2015 marked the second-highest year on record for hotel transactions, posting a confounding growth rate of 50 percent on the prior year, […]

Q4 market perspective – EMEA

By Richard Bloxam, Head of EMEA Capital Markets, JLL Strong demand for commercial real estate assets in Europe has been sustained over […]

EMEA

The UK’s most famous police station, New Scotland Yard, sells in landmark deal

Outdated HQ sold for £370m to Abu Dhabi Financial Group (ADFG) in biggest shake up of the Metropolitan police estate since 1960’s […]

PalaisQuartier sold in Germany’s largest commercial property transaction of the year

Iconic Frankfurt asset sold to Deutsche AWM together with ECE Projektmanagement GmbH & Co. KG as part of a joint venture Frankfurt’s […]

EMEA

The world’s most expensive office space

Hong Kong has the world’s costliest office space, beating London to the top spot according to a new report by property consultancy JLL.

Sold: London’s biggest office tower

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has sold the HSBC Tower in London, in what is believed to be the largest single asset sale […]

EMEA- Submit for review

Another year in the spotlight for logistics real estate?

2015 proved to be a banner year for activity in many logistics markets around the world. What changes will 2016 hold? In […]

GCF - Asia Pacific

APAC investment in the spotlight

Investment activity in Asia Pacific showed the biggest uptick of all three regions, rising 13 percent year-on-year in the first six months of the year.

Japan’s real estate market to stay bullish

A combination of Abenomics and quantitative easing has led to a revived economy and an increasingly bullish real estate market in the Land of the Rising Sun.

GCF - Asia Pacific - Videos

Commercial real estate holds strong in APAC

The only region to see an increase in transaction volumes in 2016, can the momentum in Asia Pacific continue in 2017?

Hong Kong hungry for F&B

How are retailers capturing the attention of the food-obsessed consumer?

GCF - EMEA

Automotive investment: the next big alternative asset class?

Investors are flocking to the UK’s automotive sector as new green technology and the potential for long-term growth raise the profile, and profits, of this alternative asset class.

Investment in the Last Mile

Often referred to as ‘The Last Mile’, city and urban logistics has been thrown into the spotlight with the exponential growth in e-commerce.

GCF - EMEA - Videos

International capital: is it good or bad for the UK residential market?

Adam Challis, JLL UK & EMEA Head of Residential Research, discusses the importance of international capital to the UK housing market.

Workspace, reworked

How can investors ride the wave of tech driven change?

GCF - US

Asian and Middle East sovereign wealth funds ramp up real estate investments

SWFs and pension funds have continued to increase their real estate allocations and have led the charge in investment in new sub-sectors.

European buyers ramp up investment in U.S. hotels

Despite concerns that global capital flows into the U.S. lodging markets could slow during 2017, offshore investors continued to show interest in hotels across the country.

Hotels

Hotel investors head east in the UK capital

Just one in 10 of the 18,000 hotel rooms that opened in London in the last four years were in the West End.

Foreign capital has widespread and varying impact across U.S. sectors

Despite volatility and uncertainty in public equity markets at the end of 2015, that instability appears to be avoiding the commercial real estate […]

Industrial

Sizing up U.S. industrial portfolios: are single asset acquisitions the new norm?

According to JLL’s U.S. Industrial Investment Outlook, 26 percent of transactions year-to-date are from portfolio deals.

Global retailers lock down prime window space

An increasing number of global retailers are flexing large capital to lock down prime window space.

Investment Opportunities

Australia’s industrial portfolio sales to slow as investors look inward

Portfolio sales in Australia’s industrial real estate market have had a four-year sales streak, but the party can’t last forever.

Track Records: Trophy hotel asset with a substantial underlying business | Bendigo, Australia

A huge hotel asset on substantial city centre landbank JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group has the pleasure of offering for sale the […]

Leasing

A new look for London’s financial district

To understand how real estate in London’s financial district has adapted to ‘post-crash conservatism’, look no further than 22 Bishopsgate Planned for […]

Buy or rent? New accounting changes could see a surge in real estate ownership

All leases must be recognised as lease assets and liabilities on the balance sheet by the end of 2019.

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The world’s most expensive office space

Hong Kong has the world’s costliest office space, beating London to the top spot according to a new report by property consultancy JLL.

Flight to quality spurs record capital flows into U.S. real estate

London was toppled by New York in 2015 as overseas capital, notably from the Middle East and China, poured into the U.S. city.

Offices

No emissions, no problem for country’s first electric corporate bus fleet

Considering they are nearly silent, Proterra’s Catalyst bus makes a lot of noise as passersby cannot help but stare and ask questions about the striking vehicle.

The world’s most expensive office space

Hong Kong has the world’s costliest office space, beating London to the top spot according to a new report by property consultancy JLL.

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Hotel investment outlook: growth, but more granular

How will the global hotels market perform in 2016? After an outstanding 2015, which saw some of the biggest deals ever take […]

Advice for property investors in 2016

2015 was a year of speculation and fluctuation, from oil prices to interest rates. But the global economic recovery, by and large, […]

Residential

Report reveals huge shortage of middle income housing in MENA

Developers and investors are being urged to explore the potential of middle income housing across the Middle East and North Africa after […]

Strong fundamentals in the Jakarta residential market

With its huge population and rising middle-class, Greater Jakarta is likely to benefit from progressive infrastructural improvements, fuelled by a pick-up in […]

Retail

Foreign capital has widespread and varying impact across U.S. sectors

Despite volatility and uncertainty in public equity markets at the end of 2015, that instability appears to be avoiding the commercial real estate […]

Mobile shopping surges in UK Christmas trading

Mobile shopping, or m-commerce, activity grew significantly for many retailers in the UK, according to JLL’s Christmas trading results. Jigsaw saw mobile […]

Sectors

Why student housing is piquing institutional interest

Investment volumes in this space in 2016 increased 64.5 percent year-over-over.

No emissions, no problem for country’s first electric corporate bus fleet

Considering they are nearly silent, Proterra’s Catalyst bus makes a lot of noise as passersby cannot help but stare and ask questions about the striking vehicle.

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5,093 SF Owner/Occupier Office Building in Tucson, AZ For Sale

JLL has been exclusively retained to present an owner/occupier office building in Tucson, AZ: Prominent Monument Signage Excess parking with +42 spaces Located […]

176,000 SF (divisible) Plug-and-Play Contact Center For Sale or Lease

JLL has been exclusively retained to present a Contact Center in Florence, SC: Plug and play contact center 176,557 s.f. divisible to 30,000 […]

ZArchive - Americas

High-technology clusters reshape Canada’s office landscape

​Jones Lang LaSalle’s inaugural Canadian High-Technology Office Outlook is a comprehensive study of one of the most dynamic and innovative industries in Canada. Recent […]

A look at Bitcoin and property prices

Excerpt from The Source blog The new international digital currency Bitcoin has found itself in the news quite a bit over the […]

ZArchive - Asia Pacific

New opportunities in Shanghai’s Huangpu District

Two investment grade commercial assets in the Huangpu District of Shanghai, Richgate’s retail podium and Ciro’s Plaza, are being sold by Jones Lang LaSalle. Completed […]

ZArchive - Corporate Finance

New opportunities in Singapore’s maturing debt capital market

The last five years have seen a significant rise in medium-term note (MTN) issuances as an alternative source of financing real estate portfolios by S-REITs. […]

ZArchive - EMEA

Hong Kong’s Wing Hang Finance Centre, sold for USD 205 million

Acting as the sole agent on behalf of Wing Hang Bank Group, Jones Lang LaSalle’s Capital Markets team has sold Wing Hang Finance Centre, a […]

ZArchive - Multifamily

One of Portland’s greenest apartment properties sells

Developed by Metzler Real Estate and Gerding Edlen, LEED Gold certified multi-family property is in heart of popular Hawthorne District.  Jones Lang […]

ZArchive - Offices

Creative office space continues to shine in Portland’s CBD

JLL closes the $41 million sale of the LEED-certified Commonwealth Building Jones Lang LaSalle’s Capital Markets experts closed the sale of the […]

Paying the Rent: The World’s 12 Most Expensive Office Locations

Lists of the “World’s Most Expensive Places to Live” are common. But what about the world’s “Priciest Places to Work?” Where are […]