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Romania R.E.Shaped 2019
JLL advised Ovidiu Sandor in the sale of The Office Cluj-Napoca
JLL enters on the Romanian residential market
As the holiday season kicks off in Europe, many people are staying closer to home this year
Despite ongoing global economic uncertainty, major institutional investors remain focused on both the social and environmental impact of their strategies.
Smart sensors that allow building performance to be monitored from a distance are helping facilities managers to keep properties in good working order
Alternative lenders step up to fill traditional lending gap with more flexibility
With more companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint, their energy strategies play a big part in achieving their targets
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
Investors are now turning to the opportunities presented by a changing retail market.
Distribution centers see demand as coronavirus impacts retail supply chains
As COVID-19 forces companies to rethink their office space and culture, workplaces apps are adapting to include new features and information
Support rises for cycling during the pandemic, but can it last?
Owner-occupiers are turning to their real estate as a source of capital, with portfolio sales on the rise
For investors more used to city centre office blocks, offshore wind farms may be unfamiliar territory – but the world of sustainable infrastructure has big potential.
After the great home working experiment caused by COVID-19, companies of all sizes are now reassessing their stance on working from home.
Contactless technology is set to play a bigger part in the re-entry to the workplace as COVID-19 restrictions ease
The office environment that employees are returning to is very different to the one they left – and visual indicators are key to explaining the new set-up
Re-opening buildings to employees takes careful planning and ongoing risk management
Organizations launch programs that address mental, physical, and emotional health
Workplace data is bringing customised insights into how companies can best keep their employees safe as offices reopen their doors.
Europe’s economy has been hard hit by Covid-19 – and the recovery will present companies with numerous challenges.
From living walls to stone floors, natural materials are becoming more widely used in the workplace.
Automation and proptech have been in focus during the COVID-19 outbreak
Cross-border real estate investors are taking advantage of changing market conditions
Investors double down on defensive strategies in taking a more cautious approach
Governments have been seeking creative solutions for shovel-ready projects
Green finance for investors and developers could become a long-term feature of real estate lending as Europe emerges from its lockdown.
Select-service hotels also host first responders
Investors are re-evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their portfolios at a time of heightened uncertainty.
While the need for more hospital beds has slowed, cities are now better prepared for a potential second wave of coronavirus
Drive-thru shopping and drive-in entertainment are coming to the fore to help the retail and leisure sectors sustain income and remain relevant during COVID-19 social distancing
E-learning, traffic patterns and off-campus housing are all part of complex strategies to bring students back
When restaurants and drinking venues reopen in the coming months, their use of space and ways of serving customers will be very different to before
Virtual property tours are offering investors and occupiers a way through restrictions on site visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
Grocers are adapting to meet online and in-store demand as people shelter in place
Maintaining strong economic growth in Southeast Asia means preparing for rising sea levels
Picture-perfect murals have moved from illegal to mainstream as property owners and companies hire graffiti artists
Corporate giants are increasingly backing the move to net zero with ambitious sustainability commitments.
This report provides a detailed analysis of specific real estate markets in Bucharest: office, retail, industrial and residential. It offers information on the economic situation in Romania, including investment climate. For the first time, the report includes also information about residential market.
JLL Bucharest Living Report presents you deep insights on the Bucharest residential sector which we gladly are sharing with you. We strive to provide accurate data enabling our readers to assess the current state of the industry and to present our take on the market trends and evolution.
What are the impacts and implications corporate occupiers should consider when re-entering the workplace and reimagining their real estate strategy post COVID-19
JLL’s latest Global Market Perspective and Global Capital Flows looks at market dynamics during the first quarter and the impact of COVID-19
This updated report looks at the lessons from China, the global policy response and the practical challenges businesses will face for re-entry, as well as capital market implications and sector-specific impact.
Bucharest is the main destination for developers of industrial, logistic and offices premises. Over 1 million sqm of new projects – office and logistic - are planned to be delivered in 2020, mainly in the Capital City.
After impressive first six months of 2019 for the CEE investment market, the second half of the year marked itself with even greater investment volumes. Overall, in 2019 there was a number of transactions for a total of nearly €14.0 billion.
What is Living? From student housing to coliving, residential and affordable housing to healthcare, find out more about investment across the full life cycle of accommodation.
The EMEA Corporate Real Estate Conditions Report provides a macro-level overview of the commercial real estate market.
Solid occupier demand encourages developers to invest more in industrial, logistic and offices premises in Romania, with focus on Bucharest market primarily.
This report explores the opportunities within the coliving market across Europe and provides insight into the key factors driving demand in this sector.
The second edition of Romania R.E.Shaped, our annual publication gathers the hotest topics on the Romanian, regional and global real estate market.