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Report: Brazil Pushes Green Building Forward Members Only
There is no question that green building and sustainability have emerged as a bigger priority in Brazil over the past decade. The country has made notable strides in advancing sustainable building practices across a myriad of property types from office buildings and manufacturing plants to shopping centers and government buildings. Yet Brazil is in the early stages of strengthening that green building movement, and the country also has significant environmental challenges to overcome.




Report: 2016 EMEA Real Estate Market Outlook Members Only
The recent equity market volatility has focused many minds on downside risk but there are good reasons to expect that European property will outperform other assets in 2016




Report: Industrial Market Outlook Q4 2015 Members Only
The U.S. industrial market continued to break records, posting a vacancy rate decline of 10 basis points to end 2015 at 6.4%. This is the lowest the vacancy rate has been in over 10 years.




Report: Asia Pacific Office Overview - Q4 2015 Members Only
This report provides quick snapshot of the office market covering key themes, leasing conditions and a list of rankings in terms of rents, vacancy rates and other indicators across markets in Asia Pacific region.




Report: U.S. Shared Workplaces - Part 1 Members Only
This is the first in a series of reports focused on the shared workplace and specifically developments in the co-working space. The series will explore co-working dynamics from various dimensions including that of the investor, landlord and occupier focusing on the positive and negative impacts this type of space can have on each cohort.




Research Report: Fully Engaged Members Only
A focus on employee engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives. In this paper, JLL advocates for the importance of ‘workplace expression’ as a crucial tool that improves employee engagement and motivation. The physical design of the workplace can harness and communicate a company’s culture and brand values.




Report: 12 Cities: Upstart Cities – H1 2016 Members Only
Within world cities, creative and digital businesses have flourished in the wake of the global financial crisis. Here, Savills examines the consequent impact on real estate rents and growth.




Report: Smart Cities in India: The Way Forward Members Only
Smart cities are on the global radar. From Singapore to London to Barcelona, and now in India, smart cities are being seen as the way forward for an increasingly urbanized world. The government of India hopes that this will be the case for the world’s largest democracy as well.




Presentation: Corporate Real Estate Management @ Bayer Members Only
Presentation from Austria/CEE Platform




Article: The popular wellness trend is not a passing fad Members Only
The average workday for U.S. full-time employees is now 8.7 hours, with nearly 75 percent of that time spent at their place of employment. That means that work and work-related activities take up the same approximate time as a person sleeps, eats and drinks each day. Therefore, for a majority of workers, their workplace has a real impact on the choices they make to maintain a particular lifestyle. Because corporate real estate professionals often are responsible for designing, delivering and maintaining these spaces and the programs and services offered at many organizations, there is an opportunity for CRE professionals to make a positive impact. To be successful, organizations need to think strategically and fully understand the implications of executing these initiatives in comprehensive and cost-effective ways.

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