SEA Retail Cities
Southeast Asian cities are growing faster than in many parts of the world. Increased urbanisation, rising middle class and competitive labour costs are some of the factors which impact many aspects of the economies, including the Food & Beverages industry. Find out how the F&B consumer expectations are also changing in the main cities in SEA by downloading our SEA Retail Cities publication.
The Rise of Asia Pacific’s Dynamic Cities
Do Asia’s most dynamic cities have the momentum to become global powerhouses? JLL explores how their urban economies are transforming in a rapidly changing world.
Phuket’s West Sands Resort Attracts Strong Investor Interest
Investors from Singapore, Hong Kong and Mainland China show the strongest interest.
Internet is Not Enough for Retailers
Despite the convenience of online shopping, the age old act of going to a physical store is a tradition that can't easily be broken.
Aging Population to Change Real Estate Investment
An aging global population is set to transform the global real estate investment landscape over the coming decade as an increasing number of insurance and pension funds revamp their strategies to cater for a new generation of retirees.
Strong Demand for Office Space in New Projects
Most of the existing prime office buildings fail to accommodate new large occupiers or expansion of the existing tenants, due to limited space remaining.
Asia Benefitting from China’s Growing Travel Bug
China’s residents are travelling overseas in record numbers despite slowing economic growth at home – and this is helping to boost retail and hotel sectors in Asia.
Optimism Rising in Thai Hospitality Sector
While political turmoil in 2013 and 2014 hit the hospitality sector hard in Thailand, 2015 brought renewed optimism and a record 29.9 million international travelers to its shores.
Thailand Property Awards 2016 Take Off
An internationally recognised celebration of the country’s real estate achievements, the Thailand Property Awards 2016 have already begun accepting nominations from developers and the general public. JLL is a gold sponsor.
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Our values underscore our commitment to clients and to each other, providing direction for everything we do.
The Four Giants of Southeast Asia
The growing urbanisation rates are shaping the economies of Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Read the latest Real Views article and infographic to find out more about its effects on economic growth, infrastructure, business conditions and connectivity within these markets
Office Rents Soften in most Southeast Asian Cities
Office rentals in most Southeast Asian cities declined in the final quarter of 2015 in line with an economic slowdown across the ASEAN region. The Bangkok office market registered strongest growth.
Cities Research Centre
Find out where Bangkok is positioned among world's 300 commercial real estate markets.