40 years of Jones Lang LaSalle in Germany
A journey through 40 years of German real estate history.
An encouraging start to 2013
GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE: Investor sentiment is improving with transaction volumes higher than expected. However, the global leasing markets are showing a more ambivalent picture.
European Industrial Interface: A positive start to 2013
Click here to find out about the current investment and occupier market trends across the main European markets.
Jones Lang LaSalle appoints Christie Kelly Chief Financial Officer
EMEA Offices Interface: Latest Update
The latest EMEA Offices Interface combines market data and knowledge in an accessible format for core EMEA Office markets
Holding pattern for corporate occupiers
In its 5th year, the EMEA Corporate Occupier Conditions report provides a deep interpretation of conditions across 70 real estate markets, specifically from a corporate occupiers standpoint.
A new real estate logistics landscape
25 million sq m of extra logistics space. That’s what’s needed by European retailers over the next five years. Internet Shopping and multi-channel retail is expanding; logistics and its Real estate is being transformed. Download the full report.
Named one of “World’s Most Ethical Companies” for sixth consecutive year
Jones Lang LaSalle is recognized for Integrity with awards from Ethisphere Institute, Forbes and CR Magazine.
Which Green Building innovation do you consider most effective?
Global Sustainability Perspective: Take part in our online poll.
Twenty African cities emerge for CRE growth
Retail expansion, corporate outsourcing and positive economic signs point the way for commercial real estate growth between now and 2020, but market transparency must improve.
Office market overview
This publication analyzes the current market development in the German office strongholds.
Jones Lang LaSalle identifies main trends on the German shopping centre investment market in 2012
++ Large deals ensure strong increase in the transaction volume for shopping centres ++ German investors dominate investment market ++ Largest purchaser groups for shopping centres are pension funds and closed-ended funds ++ Strong demand puts pressure on prime yields for top properties ++
Offices 2020: How will technology impact on offices?
New technology will continue to drive change to the way people work and the amount of office space they need, as corporate occupiers across Europe strive get the most out of their space and investors and developers search for future-proof value.
China50: Fifty real estate markets that matter
Our latest World Winning Cities research focuses on 50 cities across China beyond its Tier 1 cities that will offer substantial commercial real estate opportunities over the next decade.
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Global Retail Banking 2020: issues and opportunities in the next decade for real estate
The global retail landscape looks set to experience a period of dramatic change with the age of the big branch legacy network in developed world countries drawing to a close and the rise of M-banking.
Sub-Saharan Africa: A region with opportunities amid transparency challenges
Redefining Retail Investment
Why is this trend gaining momentum? Where will this trend lead us? Read “Redefining Retail Investment; Global Real Estate Futures” to find out more.
CSR Report 2011
Jones Lang LaSalle’s CSR Report Demonstrates Commitment to Creating Sustainable Value for Clients, Employees and Communities
Corporate Industrial Occupier Conditions
Latest occupier research focusing on the EMEA distribution warehousing and industrial market. Logistics and industrial markets continue to see healthy occupier demand despite on-going economic uncertainty. Find out more in the full report.
Retail: Destination Europe
The 250 most renowned retailer brands and their presence across the key European cities.
Exceptional investment volumes in 4th quarter
Exceptional 4Q pushes global commercial real estate investment volumes to $436B in 2012.
Sole global outsourcing provider
HSBC assigns Jones Lang LaSalle as the largest outsourcing contract for real estate facility management services.
The office is not dead
The latest chapter of Offices 2020 highlights that the role of the office - despite massive social, economic and technological change - is strengthening in importance. The office will still be 'home' to the broad mass of white-collar workers in 2020. Read the report for a more in-depth view on the changing face of workplaces.
Inspiring employee engagement
GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY PERSPECTIVE: we look at how some of the leading corporations have tackled the challenge of engaging employees in developing meaningful and ambitious sustainability programmes.