- Since 2013, the Sorrento Mesa/Valley and UTC/Eastgate submarkets have seen a combined 12.2 million square feet of … Read More
In our daily conversations with tech clients, we’ve uncovered four major pain points companies are facing as they think about their real estate needs:
Well, why not?
Southern California’s tech/med-tech ecosystem is rich with talent and innovation, offering both cost and lifestyle advantages over markets north along the West Coast. Beyond beaches and movie sets, the region boasts some of the best engineering talent, top-ranked medical research facilities, and a community of investors and… Read More
San Diego average asking rents have rebounded with significant growth post-recession, but which submarket is the champion?
JLL’s Construction Outlook report provides valuable insight into construction trends in the U.S. and JLL San Diego’s PDS… Read More
It’s been said there are three things that matter in real estate: location, location, location.
The cliché cuts to the chase: location is important and will certainly play a crucial role in a property’s pricing. But today’s investors would do well to memorize the following mantra: location, industry, competition.
JLL’s biennial study of the “Most Expensive Streets” across… Read More
San Diego employment continues to increase as total non-farm employment grew by 40,200 jobs, or 2.9 percent year-over-year. The latest employment update highlights the continued trend of employment growth and jobs continuing to be created in the market.
Professional and business services recorded the greatest year-over gain with 10,300 jobs, followed by education and… Read More
CREW San Diego recently invited JLL San Diego to make a presentation about “IDEA1” – focusing on the collaboration and creativity that has gone into this unique project.
Even though Northern California is the cradle for the technology industry, Silicon Valley has matured beyond the garages from which it was born. According to JLL’s 2015 United States Technology Office Outlook, technology firms and startups aren’t just exploring new U.S. markets, they’re starting to plant roots.
San Diego’s major daily newspaper, the San Diego Union-Tribune, is saying goodbye to Mission Valley and hello to downtown, having signed a 15-year, 59,164-square foot lease to move their office to 600 B Street, a 24-story, Class A high rise building owned by Lincoln Property Group.
The newspaper, now owned by Tribune Publishing… Read More