We are in a new era of city competition, with urbanisation and globalisation transforming the global geography of economic and real estate opportunity.
With rapid rates of urbanisation and burgeoning middle classes, Sub-Saharan Africa is entering a new phase of urban development.
Our recent report, China60: From Fast Growth to Smart Growth, explores the growth and potential of China’s 60 most dynamic secondary and tertiary cities.
Manila is now one of the Top 30 cities in the world globally – according to JLL’s Commercial Attraction Index, which measures a city’s economic and real estate power.
Authors: Greg Clark and Emily Moir In the last blog of this series, we outlined the themes identified in the recently published Business of Cities essay. This paper examines the new dynamics of cities and businesses, looking at six key trends which are changing their relationship. In this blog we explore Trend 1 – Cities […]