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.
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?
We are in a new era of city competition, with urbanisation and globalisation transforming the global geography of economic and real estate opportunity.
Our latest Global Market Perspective reports a continued momentum in the world’s major commercial real estate markets.
Authors: Greg Clark, Chair of JLL Cities Research Center, with Emily Moir In this series of blogs and the essay, The Future of Cities: what is the global agenda?, we explore the future of cities. Whilst previous posts have examined how national governments are thinking about their cities’ futures, we now turn our attention to […]
Authors: Greg Clark of the JLL Cities Research Center with Emily Moir In the last post, we discussed what the urban world might look like by 2050. This blog probes that theme further, and considers the future of the world’s largest cities, in conjunction with our Business of Cities essay. The mega-city is the glamorous face […]
Authors: Greg Clark of the JLL Cities Research Centre with Emily Moir In this blog, we explore what the urbanized world of the future is expected to look like, following on from our Business of City essay. Articles, websites and blogs on cities often begin with the statistic that more than half of the world’s population […]
Authors: Greg Clark of the JLL Cities Research Centre with Emily Moir This is the first in a new series of blogs on the future of cities based on the Business of Cities essay, produced in conjunction with the UK Government Office for Science. Over the last five years, two ‘future’ urban agendas have been […]