One of San Diego County’s hottest commercial property sectors in 2013 was the apartment market and Jones Lang LaSalle’s Capital Markets group looks for the trend to continue well into 2017. The San Diego office of JLL recently closed one of the largest multifamily trades on the California coast, and expects more multifamily opportunities because the sector continues to have the strongest fundamentals in the San Diego commercial real estate market.
Jones Lang LaSalle brokers see San Diego commercial real estate looking up in 2014. Optimism for the San Diego market in the coming year is a common theme discussed in a series of videos produced by Jones Lang LaSalle.
The videos feature brokers’ insights and market performance recaps… Read More
Mergers and acquisitions in the San Diego life sciences sector over the past two years have been positive for the local biotech industy, but have had an adverse effect on the commercial real estate market. The impact from the M&A activity is profiled in Jones Lang LaSalle’s recent San Diego Life Science Outlook.
According to Grant Schoneman, Vice President of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Life Sciences Group, “As San Diego companies grow and mature, acquisition by… Read More
With sustained growth across all asset classes in the past two years, the San Diego market continues to attract investor attention and according to Lynn LaChapelle, Jones Lang Lasalle Managing Director of Capital Markets, “now is a good time to take advantage of rising rates.”
The outlook for development in 2014 and beyond in San Diego is different, depending upon which submarket you are focusing, according to commercial real estate professionals with Jones Lang LaSalle’s San Diego office. While many submarkets are… Read More
The U.S. energy boom will have a significant, long-term impact on real estate across multiple sectors and property types. In fact, our experts predict that it could spur the country’s next economic renaissance. View the infographic below to see our real estate forecast in response to energy industry growth.
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San Diego’s healthcare industry is fit and strong but could use a more thorough examination when it comes to long-term strategic planning and occupancy costs. The observations are included in a video just released by Jones Lang LaSalle on commercial real estate issues in San Diego. The healthcare video is part of a video series that recaps market performance of the past year in various sectors and provides guidance as to… Read More
When the holiday season officially kicks off the day after Thanksgiving, retailers will be scurrying to make the most of a compressed shopping season that is six days shorter than last year. In addition to timing considerations, increased competition is also pushing retail operators to re-evaluate their strategies and service offerings this year. Jones Lang LaSalle‘s Retail experts have identified 5 key strategies retailers should employ this holiday season to capture and maximize their… Read More
As San Diego developers, landlords, tenants and others in the commercial real estate industry strategically look toward 2014, Jones Lang LaSalle has launched a new video series that recaps market performance of the past year in various sectors and provides guidance… Read More
U.S. cities with strong energy industries have experienced increased employment and burgeoning housing demand. This means retail real estate development is on the rise as well. View the infographic below to see how these factors combine, and what markets are seeing the greatest brick-and-mortar growth as a result.
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Tweet this: #Retail development is on the rise in US cities with strong #energy industries. #JLL’s infographic explains… Read More