Hong Kong is considered one of the ‘Big Six’ global cities – a small group of the most globally connected and integrated cities in the world.
We cannot underestimate the central role that Asia Pacific cities will play in this urbanisation over the coming decades.
The Quito conference on sustainable urban development has ended and participants have adopted a non-binding but ambitious New Urban Agenda.
How can we improve people’s lives in cities over the next 20 years?
Following last week’s blog about investment activity in the first half of 2016, we now turn to look at the office leasing markets.
Political and economic uncertainty in the first half of 2016 leads to increased investor caution and reduced investment.
Real estate transparency clearly has implications for investors and corporate occupiers but it also has an impact on the lives and well-being of citizens.
JLL’s recently released Global Real Estate Transparency Index evaluates transparency across 109 markets. What role does the city-level dimension play in the transparency story?
Brussels has an opportunity to maintain both its position as Europe’s capital and develop a truly global reach. To achieve this the city must be daring and take bold action.
The forces of globalisation, urbanisation and technological disruption are combining to transform the global system of cities, which has fundamental implications for future patterns of real estate activity and performance.