Workspace, reworked – How can investors ride the wave of tech driven change?
Fixed, immovable and, in many cases, illiquid, real estate is traditionally slow to respond to change. Technology of course is not. It’s impacting on the way people work and the nature of business itself and this is playing out in the built environment, from individual buildings right up to global portfolios – are you ready?
At JLL, we aim to help our clients make the right investment decisions by looking at the world differently and in our ground breaking new report we explore the significant impact that tech, data and digital disruption is having on real estate. We examine how buildings are becoming smarter, more efficient and flexible with new and innovative types of spaces and how these changes are impacting on lease structures and wider property strategies.
By 2030, 30% of a corporate portfolio will comprise flexible space and investors will need to restructure their portfolio to profit from this trend.
In this report we look at what all of this will mean for investors who want to think beyond and build strategies and portfolios that will improve the productivity and efficiency of their properties and will help them stand the test of time, avoid obsolescence and give them the Edge for their investments.
To find out more about how occupier requirements are changing visit: ridethewave.jll.com