JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
Driven by implementation of transformative policy reforms and stable macro-economic fundamentals, institutional investments in 2014-18 doubled to USD 20.3 bn from USD 9.4 bn during 2009-13. Commercial office spaces have been the preferred asset class for investors. This report shares insights on the key trends in institutional investments in the last decade and uncover future developments.
The face of India’s office sector is changing at a pace never witnessed before. Considering an enhanced focus towards employee well-being and retention, which is propelling the setting up of new standards in the design and aesthetics of office spaces, this change is inevitable. The report studies these trends emerging in the office sector and analyses how these are shaping the future of commercial real estate sector in India.
All retailers face the need for repairs and refurbishments to the buildings they occupy but scaffolding obscuring store entrances can be off-putting for shoppers.
The boom in urban populations as well as investment in public transport is pushing companies and investors to explore space outside traditional city centers.
Robots butlers, keyless entry and virtual reality-enhanced room bookings: Hotel guests are increasingly being greeted by these once futuristic tech features around the world.
Foreign investors are pushing into India’s rental housing market, with a big recent deal highlighting the potential for a shift away from mom-and-pop dominance in the sector
Airport-adjacent locations are rarely tipped as the chicest spots of city. But in India’s megalopolises, where space is tight, companies are increasingly looking to uproot from the main business districts in favor of the airport.
The world’s largest online shopping event this year showed that the future of retail in China, while entrenched in cyberspace, isn’t doing away with the trips to the mall.
In recognition of the various employee initiatives taken by the company, Great Place to Work® and The Economic Times have included JLL, India’s largest real estate services company into the top 100 companies “India’s Best Companies to Work For’
In India, the growth of flexible office space is expected to grow at 40 – 50% in 2018.
Savvy C-Suites today see a direct correlation between productive places of work and healthy balance sheets. With employees spending nearly 90% of their time indoors, including 40% at workplaces, wellness in the built environment is becoming increasingly critical. Read what measures are forward looking organizations taking to ensure wellness at workplaces.
Former industrial properties are in high demand as modern workplaces offering a combination of volume, versatility and value.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
Modern workers and their employers are increasingly focused on getting the most out of their working day.
Companies sensing opportunity are fast latching onto developments that are bridging the digital world and built environment.
Informal workspace may once have been painted as all air hockey tables and beanbags when businesses started to experiment during the first dotcom boom.
From smart building management systems to wearable gadgets that encourage regular movement, today’s workers increasingly inhabit a new kind of workplace, optimized by technology to enhance productivity, health and wellbeing.
While the concept of sustainability and green buildings is now well established in the real estate markets, a new standard of holistic ‘Wellness’ is gaining traction for office buildings in India. Since healthy workplace and business performance are directly correlated, developers have started exploring new and innovative methods to promote wellness in their office assets, and certification of wellness is the new buzzword for promoting health in buildings globally as well as India.
India’s tourism sector is growing, bringing with it an increased demand for hotels that cater to holidaymakers. And hotel groups are seizing the opportunity
The Indian government implemented a Goods and Services Tax (GST) which simplified the tax structure and brought uniformity in rates across the country.
Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities
India is on a mission to put its ample sunshine to work, with ambitious efforts underway that have already started to reshape energy consumption across the country.
One of the most distinctive buildings on London’s skyline, the Shard merges design and sustainability to great effect.
Sustainable buildings are increasingly making their mark on skylines across Asia as demand for eco-friendly hotels and offices continues to rise.
Space is sparse, costs are high, and finding a suitable place to live has become a real challenge. One solution, in short, is to go small. Micro apartments have cropped up in dense cities across the globe.
Urban living gets a makeover as affordability shrinks, the sharing economy expands
Digital concierges have arrived, bringing hotel guests unprecedented levels of personalization and control.
From partnering with world-renowned chefs to letting guests order room service via Amazon Alexa, hotels are increasingly offering innovative food and beverage (F&B) experiences.
The JLL India’s report provides a comprehensive understanding of Kerala’s real estate market, both commercial and residential, across the three most industrialized cities of the state.
Why industrial and logistics are the next big thing in Asia Pacific.
Explore the JLL Asia Pacific Property Digest where we share the latest trends in real estate markets for office, retail, residential, industrial and hotel properties in the region.
In a matter of just three years, the state of Telangana is already on course to a new and better tomorrow. In the process, setting new benchmarks for the way states can establish themselves and emerge as success stories.
The bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and formation of state of Telangana led to rise of a new era of development in India. Both the states have topped “ease of doing business” ranking by World Bank in 2016 with their business friendly policies.
A city rich with heritage, culture and with a history of more than 375 years, Chennai enjoys the indisputable position of being the Gateway to South India. Unlike most other metros, this city has been evolving and growing rapidly post-independence, due to liberalization, privatization, industrialization and globalization.
India is betting big on infrastructure, probably the biggest catalyst for Industrial, Warehousing & Logistics development. In comparison to the BRICs countries (Brazil - 2.5% of GDP, Russia – 4% of GDP, China – 9% of GDP) and even other developed economies (Japan – 4% of GDP & USA - 2.4% of GDP), India invests almost 10% of its GDP in infrastructure.
Urbanisation comes with its unique set of challenges with India's megacities struggling with an overburdened infrastructure as lopsided inward migration creates additional pressure on these cities' support services. The time is ripe to look at Tier II, III & IV cities which can help India reap the advantages of its demographic dividend by organically spreading the rapidly increasing urban population.