Monthly Archives: November 2014

Giving Thanks

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During this week of giving thanks, we would like to take time to share our gratitude to live in such a vibrant city, surrounded with many wonderful people who have helped pull our economy up by its bootstraps; who continue to drive invention and discovery in many industry sectors; and who provide and maintain so many wonderful places to work, live and play. Your efforts help to paint an ever-rosier picture for San Diego’s… Read More

Please join us for the 2014 Law Firm Perspective Briefing

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Law Firm Webinar

Hear JLL law firm experts discuss the trends that are impacting the San Diego market and what it means for your real estate.

JLL’s recently released 2014 U.S. Law Firm Perspective explored the changing landscape for law firms in San Diego. Now that you’ve had a chance to read it, join JLL’s Law Firm Group leaders in… Read More

Shippers, e-retailers preparing for the ‘Christmas Crunch’

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By Matt Dickerson
Senior Vice President
JLL Indianapolis

With the holiday shopping season looming, e-retailers and their shipping partners are gearing up to prevent a repeat of last season’s epic delivery fail.

While the vast majority of online purchases “guaranteed” to arrive by Christmas Eve were indeed delivered on time, those many successes were largely overshadowed by… Read More

Robust leasing activity throughout 2014, fundamentals in place for sustained growth

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By Grant Schoneman
Vice President | Life Sciences Group
JLL San Diego

The life sciences sector has produced significant growth throughout 2014 and is driving much of the space demand within the central San Diego submarkets. Employment within the sector began the year at just under 48,500 employees and is forecasted to be above 51,300 by the end of 2015; producing a 5.8 percent growth in the sector compared to the 3.6 percent job growth forecasted among all… Read More

Vacancy is trending towards 7%

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JLL Research just released its quarterly highlights of the U.S. industrial sector – we’ve identified some key observations:

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  • Speculative builders are generally pacing new deliveries, and – in the midst of consistent tenant demand – national vacancy is declining.
  • Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago now lead the Inland Empire in total construction activity.
  • Gateway corridors continue to perform, while users with larger space needs are still exploring secondary markets.

Some developers are

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Team JLL completes the Warrior Walk/Run 5K!

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On Saturday, November 8, JLL San Diego sponsored and participated in the Warrior Walk/Run 5K on behalf of the Warrior Tribute with all proceeds supporting Wounded Warriors, Transitioning Combat Veterans, and Children of Fallen Military Service Members!  We can’t think of a better way to celebrate our Nation’s combat heroes on this Veteran’s Day!

Thank you for your service!

Millennial Career Myths: What Gen Y Wants in a Career Will Surprise You

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Bess-Wakeman1-WIRE JLL’s Executive Vice President Bess Wakeman recently moderated and spoke at the 4th Annual Women in Real Estate Conference (WIRE) at the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate held on the University of San Diego campus. The conversation focused on the generation that’s newest to the professional world. For the first time in history, four generations are working side by-side in the workplace—Veterans, Boomers,… Read More

An increase in cloud computing, IT outsourcing shaping data center market

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Data-Ctr_cover-270x350Over the last five years, two dynamics have propelled growth in the data center industry: businesses outsourcing their IT infrastructure needs and the popularization of cloud computing. In response to these trends, the North American data center market is expected to see its revenue grow by 32 percent from 2014 to 2016 to $14.8 billion. So what does… Read More