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.
The sprawling city of Delhi, famed for its vibrant culture and rich history, has a problem familiar to urban areas across the world: keeping up with a booming population.
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.
Cities are exploring the use of sensors, data analytics, and artificial intelligence to create urban environments that live and breathe technology.
Many of these cities have become home to large clusters of business services, engineering, finance and retail firms, and strong creative industries.
Currently, data centers in Asia Pacific are witnessing a surge in demand from both corporate users and investors. Find out more!
Green buildings are a key part of the solution to battle climate change. A building is classified as green if it meets certain defined criteria such as energy sustainability, water efficiency and environmental protection.
JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities