Category Archives: energy

Growth in the construction industry is “building” and expected to continue through 2017 [SLIDESHARE]

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In late 2014, oil prices experienced significant declines due to oversaturated supply and a slowdown in global demand. Prices have since stabilized but at depressed levels. Materials prices were projected to drop in correlation with oil, but high demand for most major construction inputs has kept prices up overall.

Low gas prices typically drive an uptick in demand for retail, e-commerce, and industrial real estate. However, shipping costs remain high due to a decline in… Read More

San Diego Life Sciences: A Perspective from the Real Estate, Design and Construction Industry

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The San Diego chapter of ISPE recently held a meeting on the subject of “San Diego Life Sciences: Who’s Coming and Going: A Perspective from the Lease, Landlord and Construction Industry.” This has been a hot subject this year with numerous life science companies being purchased and several new companies moving into the area. Availability in premium lab and office space is dwindling as life science real estate developers work hard to develop more space.

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Industry In[sight]er: Energy

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Since 2007 natural gas production in the U.S. has grown due to new technologies. Competition is intensifying among companies impacted by the increase in gas production to secure manufacturing sites with favorable energy costs. Speed to market is critical for oil producers in order for them to execute before their permit expires. Learn more about what this means for real estate in this weeks Industry Iner.

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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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​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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Tweet this:  #Retail development is on the rise in US cities with strong #energy industries. #JLL’s infographic explains why… Read More

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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 .

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US Energy Production Hotspots

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United States energy companies are in the midst of an unprecedented energy boom. Check out the infographic below to see where the biggest expansions are happening, and how they impact local real estate needs. More on America’s energy boom

 Where is U.S. energy growth happening?

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