Monthly Archives: January 2015

JLL’s Roger Staubach Predicting Victory for New England on Sunday

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Oddsmakers see an even matchup in Sunday’s Big Game between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, but if commercial real estate statistics – and the view of a former title game MVP – are considered, Tom Brady should celebrate his fourth championship.

JLL and its Americas Executive Chairman Roger Staubach are predicting a victory for New England on Sunday.

“The Patriots have been phenomenal all season, and Tom Brady is one of the all-time greats,”… Read More

JLL Wins Multiple Honors from the San Diego Daily Transcript

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The San Diego Daily Transcript has recognized JLL multiple times in the 2014 Commercial Real Estate Deals of the Year.

Editor’s Choice: Deal of the Year
Top Industrial Sale: Second Place

San Diego Tech Center
Jay Alexander, Lynn LaChapelle, Tim Olson, Bob Prendergast, Chad Urie

 

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San Diego Tech Center is an award-winning, trophy project located in the heart of San Diego’s… Read More

San Diego employment update │ January 2015

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Please note that all charts and graphs reflect the most up-to-date data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics employment data.

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Who’s leading absorption gains in the San Diego office market?

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From Davos: Record real estate investment fueling economic growth

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Global direct real estate investment returned to pre-recession levels in 2014, according to research by JLL, and should reach about $1 trillion annually within five years.

Driven by a robust economic environment, last year’s total investment is estimated at $700 billion—a level not seen since 2006. JLL predicts a further increase of 10-15 percent in 2015 and $1 trillion in annual direct real estate investing by 2020.

“We expect investments to continue to grow because the

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JLL Broker Featured in Real Estate Forum Magazine as Top Broker Southern California

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UrieJLL’s Chad Urie has been named one of Real Estate Forum Magazine’s Top Brokers in Southern California and the only Agency Leasing Broker in San Diego. The Real Estate Forum’s top broker of Southern California list recognizes the local commercial real estate brokers who had stood out as industry leaders, based on their transaction metrics.

Chad has performed “dramatic property repositioning” for several of his clients to help them reach their ambitious… Read More

Who’s leading Class A asking rent growth in the San Diego office market?

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Law firms evolving to new office space strategies — whether they like it or not

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While we haven’t reached a true tipping point, American law firms are finally starting to embrace contemporary workplace strategy. Truth is, they don’t have much choice. Pinched by rising rents and locked in heated wars for young talent, even the whitest of white shoe firms are now eyeing locations and office layouts that senior partners never would have considered just a few years ago.

“Lawyers are a different breed—conservative by nature,” says Bill Walsh, a… Read More

Swelling economy propels growth way beyond the historical average

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Now at its strongest point in the recovery, the economy grew by nearly 3.0 million jobs in 2014, pushing unemployment to its lowest level since the third quarter of 2008. As a result, markets across the country recorded expansionary activity as corporate confidence grew along with demand for office space. Annual net absorption totaled 54.7 million square feet driving vacancy to 15.6 percent—its lowest point since 2008—a trend expected to continue over the next… Read More

Q4 Industrial First Look: Vacancy dips to a new low

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JLL Research just released a quick snapshot of conditions across the U.S. industrial market. The report includes key metrics and talking points covering leasing, construction and sales activity:

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