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Rio de Janeiro experiences a moment of deceleration in the midst of the pandemic | 2Q 2020
Regions of São Paulo experience atypical moment in the market | 2Q 2020
JLL to achieve global net zero carbon emissions by 2030
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
Partnerships are bringing space and service together as flexible space demand surges
How landlords are making shopping centers part of the supply chain
JLL’s Brandon Nunnick discusses how blockchain technology is transforming real estate
Plan Melbourne aims to bring back walkable suburbs as city planners in Australia and globally see the value of making places less car dependent.
Faced with one of the fastest-aging populations in Asia, the Singapore government increasingly has been asking how can our built environment support this silver generation?
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.
Tech has created an economic revolution. And it’s here to stay.
JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective and Global Capital Flows looks at market dynamics during the first quarter and the impact of COVID-19
The significant decrease in the total vacancy, is mainly explain, by the lower annual production and strongly accentuated by the absorption close to 146,000 square meters accumulated at the end of 2017.