New residential developments are transforming the neighbourhoods of Westminster, Victoria & Pimlico.
A co-research between JLL and JOYN Coliving has revealed that Lisbon and Porto are among the 40 most desirable cities for co-living and there is an estimated potential demand for 16,000 to 18,000 co-living beds.
Over the years, Fulham is home to royal members, rock stars and tastemakers, and it is now popular with C-suite – boasting the highest number of company directors per capita in United Kingdom.
Major Japanese investors such as KDDI, Toyota and Softbank Group have been investing heavily in tech entrepreneurship and venture capital sectors to drive innovation.
In recent years, the waterfront area of Glasgow has become a new go-to destination for business.
International investors are targeting Japan’s ‘living’ sectors - new niches in the residential market which are being driven by demographics and changing lifestyles.
From sustainability to the need to find new urban living solutions, what do the next 12 months have in store for UK real estate?
JLL European Coliving Index research estimates there are 23,150 coliving beds either built or in the development pipeline across Europe and this sector has been on the growth in the last two years.
JLL’s research has revealed that the price growth in South East London is forecasted to accelerate by 18% from 2020 to 2024, given greater certainty to the real estate market. Rental growth is expected to increase by similar percentage in the...