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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #4: Outsourcing

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015We wrap up the Global Corporate Real Estate Report series with the introduction of Theme 4: Outsourcing.

CRE teams are using outsourced service providers across more geographies and industry sectors; but many are still missing the opportunity to drive strategic, long-term value through outsourcing partnerships.

Given the intense pressure to deliver across a range of tactical and strategic tasks, it is

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #3: Expectation

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015The third article in our Global Corporate Real Estate Trend series, we introduce Theme #3: Expectation.

Demand to deliver across a range of tactical and strategic activity continues to intensify, challenging the composition and skills of CRE teams and creating a ‘pressure cooker’ of expectations.

A central theme of our 2013 report was the sheer weight of demand on CRE teams

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #2: Integration

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015Last week, we introduced the first of four themes from the 2015 JLL Global Corporate Real Estate Report. This week, we introduce Theme 2: Integration.

Interaction and integration with other business functions and stakeholders is a growing need, but it is a strong feature of only a few CRE teams.

While there is strong intent to transform the structure of CRE teams, these teams do not,

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Global Corporate Real Estate Trend #1: Centralization

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Global-Corporate-Real-Estate-Trends-Survey-2015Over the last six years, JLL has captured the voice of the corporate real estate (CRE) community, including 540 CRE executives from more than 350 companies and 36 countries, to provide powerful insights into the current status and future direction of the industry.

The findings from our 2015 report are summarized into four themes: 1. Centralization, 2. Integration, 3. Expectation and 4. Outsourcing. We expand upon Theme 1 in this article.

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Graymark Capital, Inc. Purchases Five-Building Campus in Carlsbad for $13.5M

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Graymark Capital, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, in partnership with Chicago-based Blue Vista Capital Management, purchased a 127,287 square foot, five-building creative office/R&D property in Carlsbad from an affiliate of Bixby Land Company. The property, known as @Palomar, is located at 6349 and 6359 Paseo Del Lago and 1939, 1945 & 1949 Palomar Oaks Way and rests on 10.1 acres.

JLL’s Managing Director Bob Prendergast represented the seller. Graymark Capital, which… Read More

The impact of foreign investment on the U.S. Skyline

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The skylines of the U.S.’ great gateway cities have always been a welcome sight to those looking to make their mark in the land of opportunity.

And although they’ve evolved over the years, these skylines still have a special draw for investors looking for a good home for their money.

Foreign investors now represent two of every five dollars invested in U.S. Skyline property, according to JLL’s recently released 2015 Digital Skyline. Those cross-border dollars… Read More

Darcy Miramontes, J.D. named one of Real Estate Forum’s 2015 California Women of Influence

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Darcy Miamontes 2013Congratulations to Darcy Miramontes, J.D. for being selected as one of Real Estate Forums’ 2015 California Women of Influence. Darcy joins an elite group of professionals nationwide in commercial real estate setting the bar for women in the industry. With hard work and dedication to their professions, these women are indeed influential in their marketplace.

Darcy, always driven to succeed, once envisioned herself arguing in… Read More

Celebrating the Power Women in San Diego CRE!

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(l-to-r) Lynn LaChapelle, Misty Moore, Darcy Miramontes, J.D. and Bess Wakeman

Bisnow’s Power Women project highlights women who are changing the shape of American cities. These women are pushing boundaries as well as changing the built environment and the commercial real estate industry. They are leaders and role models who are inspiring and nurturing the… Read More

Mind the Gap: San Diego’s Skyline Office Rental Rates Continue to Rise

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There’s no space like Skyline space. The premier office towers that make up San Diego’s skyline boast—by far—the most expensive office space to rent downtown, garnering 10.1 percent more than non-Skyline space, according to JLL’s 2015 Skyline Review. Average Skyline rates in the first quarter of 2015 were $29.66 per square foot compared to $26.94 per square foot in non-Skyline buildings downtown. This gap between Skyline… Read More

JLL’s Lynn LaChapelle Named One of San Diego Metro’s Women Who Impact 2015

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Lynn LaChapelleIn the May issue of SD Metro, JLL’s Lynn LaChapelle is featured as one of 20 Women Who Impact in San Diego, which is a group of outstanding professional who have made a name for themselves in their careers and are making significant contributions to our community.

Many of San Diego’s major real estate deals include Lynn LaChapelle. As a Managing Director for JLL, Lynn executes,… Read More