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Is There Still Room for the Buccaneer Property Developer?

September 8, 2016

Flamboyant property tycoons are responsible for some of the world’s most visionary real estate projects. But as the market matures, is there still room...

Redefining Luxury for 21st Century Hotels

August 30, 2016

by Maggie Nichols | 30 August 2016 It’s 1930 and you’re checking into one of the finest luxury hotels in the atmospheric Italian city of...

Mixing Business With Leisure: China Fuels Australia’s Tourism Boom

August 8, 2016

A new generation of affluent Chinese are not only flocking to Australia for holidays – some are building a vested interest in the country’s tourism...

Why the Tech-Enabled Workplace Tops the Corporate Wish List

July 29, 2016

By William Polk  While some recent office construction plans have focused entirely on open-plan layouts and stand-up desks, one particular feature...

A Fresh Start for U.S. Hotel Brands in Cuba?

July 28, 2016

Behind the colonial facades of Havana’s historic hotels, times are changing as Cuba and the United States start to rebuild their fractured relationship....

How Islamic Finance is Shaping Europe’s Property Markets

July 27, 2016

As Middle Eastern money continues to make its way into global property markets the number of investors seeking specialist, Sharia-compliant advice and...

Why Timing is Everything for Convention Center Hotels

July 21, 2016

By Maggie Nichols Visit any major convention center in the U.S. and chances are there’s a sizeable hotel development either on site or just around the...

Six Ways Cities Are Changing How They’re Perceived

July 15, 2016

By Natalie Holmes Cities are becoming increasingly innovative in their quest to attract visitors and residents, and to stimulate the local...

Luxury Hotels Heading Underwater to Deliver the Wow Factor

July 14, 2016

By Neasa MacErlean Luxury hotels with underwater features are offering unusual experiences for their affluent guests who want to dine below the waves and...

Robots: Coming Soon to a Hotel Near You?

July 12, 2016

by Natalie Holmes  From hotel lobbies to restaurant floors, robots have started servicing customers’ basic requests. In March, Spencer began...

Data Center Outages: Why Humans Can be a Building’s Biggest Hazard

June 29, 2016

Somewhere in the world, someone spills a cup of coffee in a data center. In millions of homes and businesses across the United States, televisions go dark just...

Food to Go: New Delivery Services Reshape the Restaurant Industry

June 10, 2016

by Natalie Holmes  Gone are the days when take-out options were limited to greasy fast food. Today, hungry city-dwellers can enjoy meals by top chefs in...

Fact or Science Fiction? The Office of 2021 Tells All: Facility Managers Will Need to Think Like a Concierge

June 8, 2016

Picture yourself at the office in 2021, five short years from now. An app on your smartphone reserves your favorite cubbyhole—you don’t have a...

Contact Centers Say Farewell to the Cubicle Farm

June 7, 2016

‘Call centers’ are dead; long-live the multi-channel ‘contact center’. Today, customer service is just as likely to happen via email,...

Australia’s Hotels Reach for the Stars

May 23, 2016

by JLL Staff Reporter  As Australia readies itself for a new lease of life in its ultra-luxurious hotel sector, the industry is debating whether it needs...

The Big Tech Drive to Encourage Loyalty

May 18, 2016

By Natalie Holmes Technology is proving to be something of a double edged sword for the big hotel chains. On the one hand it’s helping them to...

How Cutting Edge Science is Bringing Buildings to Life

May 12, 2016

By Jim McClelland Most of us think of modern buildings as inert structures – the shell for all the activity that goes on inside. Advances in science and...

Where Two Hotel Brands Are Better Than One

May 11, 2016

By Neasa MacErlean Building one strong brand has long been a basic rule in running a successful hotel – but some operators are now looking to...

U.S. Hotels Make Chinese Travelers Feel at Home

May 9, 2016

by Laura Agadoni In a growing number of U.S. hotels, fried noodles and congee are joining the bacon and eggs on the breakfast buffet, chopsticks are lining up...

How a New Type of Coworker is Changing Office Life

May 3, 2016

Your coworkers sitting nearby probably know how you take your coffee or the song you play when you need creative inspiration. However, in the modern office...

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