A new report from JLL (www.JLL.com), the world's largest professional services firm specialising in real estate, has revealed that people seeking to finance a new hotel project in Africa will be much more successful if their hotel is part of a mixed-use development.
Singaporean real estate investors have emerged Asia Pacific's number one source of outbound capital in the first half of 2019, and their overseas deals are growing in scale and complexity.
The pace of technological and social change around the world means more and more buildings are becoming obsolescent as consumer need and demand shift.
JLL – Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Jaideep Dang has been appointed Managing Director, Hotels & Hospitality Group at Hotels & Hospitality Group
Hotels & Hospitality Group – Gurugram, India
Hotels & Hospitality Group at JLL – Gurugram, India
The UK’s rich history is a major draw for visitors – and the chance to stay in castles where former kings resided, or country homes fit for a Jane Austin novel, is the type of experience that resonates with many.
Cafes have long been a favourite makeshift work spot for freelancers and businesspeople in between meetings. Now, a growing number of restaurants are looking to build on that set-up by formally getting involved in the coworking scene.
From new venues to new foodie concepts, bars and restaurants in major cities in Central and Eastern Europe are rethinking their menus, design and location to better appeal to locals and tourists. Amid the growing focus on high-quality food and social-media friendly spaces, today's customers have higher expectations than ever before.