Monthly Archives: November 2013

How will growth in the energy industry impact U.S. real estate in years to come?

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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 market should take a dose of stretegic planning

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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

Five strategies to drive retail sales this holiday season

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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

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Jones Lang LaSalle launches San Diego Year-End Insights Video Series

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Darcy Miramontes, Executive Vice President,JLL

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

​Retail real estate development grows with energy sector

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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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Construction Outlook for Fall 2013

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Timely market highlights, market dynamics, cost trends and more…

The construction industry today is a vastly different state than it was one year ago. Despite a lagging recovery, the construction industry managed to withstand systemic shocks to the U.S. economy and build off of positive momentum in certain sectors during late 2012 into 2013. While a slow economic recovery has its challenges and is difficult to build upon, Read More

Multifamily housing trends from US energy growth

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37 percent of new U.S. jobs created since 2002 are related to natural gas and oil drilling, causing a major growth in housing demand in energy-centric communities. View the infographic below to see how this job growth, paired with other societal factors, is impacting multifamily housing trends. More on America’s energy boom .

A Charged Market.  More Multifamily Housing.


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