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Hong Kong ranks second in world's most expensive retail real estate this year

Five APAC cities made it to the global top 10 ranking this year.
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Hong Kong ranks second in world's most expensive retail real estate this year

Five APAC cities made it to the global top 10 ranking this year.
15 hours ago

How much do you need now to fit out an office in APAC?

Fit out costs in APAC grew 4.5%, with the biggest increases seen in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Asia.

What does the future look like for Japan’s retail property sector?

Overall, the industry is set for a robust improvement and stronger prospects.

APAC hotel investments 'roaring back in style': JLL

Transaction volumes grew 16% to USD8.4b in the first nine months of 2022.

Which country bucked the downward trend in APAC’s property investment market in Q3?

Investment declined 29% in the region, but this country saw a 15% jump during the quarter.

This is the biggest en bloc deal in Singapore since 2018

Chuan Park condo was sold for $890m, the largest deal since Tulip Garden was sold 4 years ago.

APAC hotel investments increase 17% to USD10.1b as of August

Korea accounted for the largest share of US$2.8  billion in the first half of the year.

Why the next 3 years are crucial for the office property sector

Over half of APAC firms say remote working is likely to be available to all by 2025.

Singapore Grade A office rents hit 14-year high in Q3

Monthly rents rose 2.9% to SGD11.06 per sq ft, surpassing the pre-pandemic peak.

Manila retail net absorption hits 23,800sqm in Q2 as store openings abound

Muji and Nike opened 1,400sqm and 1,300sqm stores, respectively.

Here’s what to expect from APAC’s commercial property investment market in H2

The double whammy of inflation and interest rate hikes will further dampen market demand. 

These are the latest additions to Greater Tokyo’s logistics supply

Nearly 1.7m sqm of new space was introduced in H1 2022.

What is the most anticipated retail project in Malaysia this year?

Seibu department store will anchor the project with 250,000 sq ft of floor space.

Why Japanese developers are key players in Indonesia’s residential market

They are responsible for 5% of the condo units in Greater Jakarta.