Monthly Archives: March 2016

Class B office rental rates move in disparate directions across the county in Q1

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  • In the first quarter, San Diego County Class B office asking rates decreased by 1.3 percent quarter-over-quarter. However, amongst the market’s largest submarkets, there was little concurrence.
  • The two submarkets with the largest stock of Class B office, Downtown and Kearny Mesa, recorded the largest decreases in asking rental rates at
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An Eggstraordinary Event

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JLL San Diego organized and participated in a very successful Easter event for San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) at their Take Wing apartment complex in Point Loma, last week. The Take Wing program supports at-risk young adults, ages 16-24, many of whom have children of their own.

The event, held on March 24th, included a BBQ and Easter-themed… Read More

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San Diego Medical Office Report | Q4 2015

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By Paul Braun, Chris Ross, and Kelly Moriarty
JLL San Diego | Healthcare Practice Group

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Medical office leasing and sale activity remains steady throughout most areas of the county, the Southwest region and the U.S. With improved employment rates and other economic conditions comes a generally better insured population, a higher percentage of patients seeking preventative medicine and elective… Read More

San Diego’s Multifamily Investment Outlook

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After two consecutive record-setting years of U.S. multifamily investment, investor appetite for product remains strong with sentiment cautiously bullish heading into 2016, according to the JLL’s 2016 Multifamily Perspective Report. Executive Vice President, Darcy Miramontes discusses with GlobeSt.com how this is playing out in the San Diego market.

Nationally, multifamily developments remain heavily concentrated in… Read More

2015 was a banner year for post-recession construction activity.

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  • Office space under construction peaked at 92.8 million square feet.
  • Industrial construction was the shining star as consumer confidence grew.
  • Construction costs increased in primary office markets, driven by skyrocketing labor costs, which motivated growth in secondary markets.

JLL’s Construction Outlook report provides valuable insight into construction trends in the U.S. and JLL San Diego’s PDS… Read More