- San Diego has the lowest average asking office rents among key California office markets. This enables companies to have direct access to a highly talented and educated labor pool in San Diego while saving on real estate costs.
- The San Diego … Read More
The banking model of yesterday was all about the brand with the most locations—the “bricks”. Today, banks are measured by how effectively they deliver remote, anytime, anywhere access to their customers—the “clicks.”
The days of the bank branch being the most immediate and visible way customers interact with banks are long… Read More
Q3 2016 U.S. Investment Outlook
The quarterly U.S. Investment Outlook leverages data covering both the space and asset cycles to provide a barometer of the
The past eight years have been filled with economic ups and downs, but in recent years, success has trounced challenges. GDP has grown by 15.4 percent since 2009, while 15.3 million jobs have been created since 2010 with… Read More
The last time the cubs won the World Series was in 1908, when the jewel-box stadium design was at the height of its popularity. Since then, we’ve seen various eras of stadium design from classic elements to modern amenities.
- Design matters –with the average stadium age today inching past 26 years, ballpark stadium designs … Read More
Despite rising rents in many U.S. markets, the legal industry can still find opportunities to improve real estate efficiency, according to JLL’s latest annual Law Firm Perspective. The typical U.S. law firm has sharply reduced its office footprint by 22.2 percent, from an historical average of… Read More
- Google leased two floors at Cruzan’s Verge project earlier this year to facilitate a new San Diego presence. Google’s office appears to be strategically located near more than one of its local interests, and is also real estate that Google used to own during its first foray into making mobile … Read More
- September saw 156,000 net new jobs created. While relatively average and not up to the consistent 200,000+ seen throughout much of 2014 and 2015, momentum nevertheless remains.
- Monthly additions were brought down due to contraction in government and slowdowns in very large sectors such as … Read More
Between August 2015 and August 2016, total nonfarm employment in San Diego County increased by 25,100 jobs, or 1.8 percent.
- Government reported the largest year-over-year gain, adding 6,200 jobs, an increase of 2.7 percent. Local government accounted for 4,000 of those jobs
- Leisure & Hospitality saw the largest growth by percentage with a 3.1 percent year-over-year increase.
- Construction was the only sector to post a year-over-year … Read More