Category Archives: Public Institutions

San Diego Civic veteran Andrew Phillips joins JLL

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Andy PhillpsTo bridge the gap between available public resources and the cost of required infrastructure and services, public authorities are increasingly turning to Public-Private-Partnerships (P3). To help answer this need, JLL has hired Andrew Phillips, an eleven-year veteran of Civic San Diego, formerly the Centre City Development Corporation, to join JLL’s Public Institutions team in California as a Vice President.

In his new… Read More

Q1 2015 San Diego Office Market Statistics: Steady rent growth continues

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Rent continued to increase as the supply of large blocks and high-end Class A space continued their decline.


Q1 Highlights:


  • The San Diego office market reported slightly negative net absorption of 5,258 SF this quarter.
  • 4.0 million SF of tenants are currently in the market, the majority of which are technology companies. 3.3 million SF of
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CI announces 2025 Capital Expansion Plan to address projected enrollment increase

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CSU_JLLCSU Channel Islands announced last week its plan to develop future structural solutions with the aid of JLL in order to withstand the projected enrollment of 11,500 students by 2025.  With previous experience backing similar projects, JLL brings the expertise needed to develop a creative plan leveraging CI’s current resources.  JLL will assist in studying campus programs, evaluating alternative financial structures, identifying opportunities for… Read More

Civic San Diego president Jeff Graham joins JLL

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JLL San Diego is pleased to welcome Jeff Graham, who is joining our Public Institutions Group as a Senior Vice President for our Western Division. Jeff will be based in San Diego and will work on major projects throughout the Southwest and Northwest regions.

Graham has been the president of Civic San Diego since 2012. The city-owned non-profit is the entrepreneurial development partner for targeted urban neighborhoods. With more than 25 years of… Read More