Future proof your real estate
Reasons to regenerate
People are seeking to live, work and shop in places that have exceptional user experience and strong sustainability credentials. Buildings are a critical part of the bigger regeneration picture, requiring agile and innovative approaches to become more sustainable and deliver not only financial but also social value. It is time to have a positive impact for users and the wider community by leveraging innovative regeneration strategies.
Green projects are at the top of the real estate agenda with energy efficient buildings generating a premium. Meeting Net Zero Carbon targets is a top consideration for every investor. Smart investing means creative, resilient investing to deliver greater returns and reduce risk. “In the right locations, where economic fundamentals, building infrastructure and demand aligns, vacant retail space will become highly sought after for development.” Jon Neale, Head of UK Research.
Sustainability and impact investing are key
Energy efficient buildings are increasing in value as investors become more accountable for the wider impact and social responsibility of their decisions. There’s a notable shift towards the inclusion of responsible investments across portfolios with a focus on sustainability, well-being, and technology.
Demand for hybrid work-live-play settings grows
It’s a new dawn, where work and life are blending, and real estate must offer this sought-after experience across office space, residential buildings, shopping centres, entertainment, and hospitality venues. Regenerating existing assets with flexibility and technology as priorities is key.
Build resilient portfolios
Investors are regenerating existing assets and portfolios globally, as the search for solid income streams challenges traditional strategies. Innovative investors are re-evaluating properties and reconsidering their uses to mitigate unexpected turns in the road.
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The Future of Cities HubWelcome to JLL's Future of Cities hub, a source of insights and inspiration to help build better cities.
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Investors weigh up changing criteria for successful urban regenerationLandlords and investors are taking a more holistic view of projects to deliver value
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Five key actions for investors amid Europe’s growing focus on ESGSustainability credentials are now a major factor for real estate investors
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Why undersupply means getting creative in logisticsInvestment decisions are on the move
Reposition and diversify investments
Investments are driven by the experience of those who inhabit the real estate. Investing with a focus on the impact on people, communities, and the planet. Leverage new strategies to capitalize assets and mitigate future risk.
Growth sectors, locations alongside with core offerings
Explore investments in new sectors, geographies, and locations to keep pace with evolving market shifts. Emerging sectors are outperforming, although traditional sectors present opportunities as fundamentals recover... Cities are seeing the fastest rental growth in a decade.
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