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Office Space Should Not be an Office Race

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You’ve been there. That all too familiar scenario when you need private office space to collaborate with team members or a client but all the conference rooms in your office are occupied. We’ve been there too. In many workspaces, it’s tough to get a conference room when you really need it. Check out our video satirizing that all-too-familiar race for space. Then discover how our new JLL headquarters nixes the problem at OfficeRenew.com.

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[REPORT] Sustained leasing activity in Q1-2015, rental rates remain stable at peak levels

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By Grant Schoneman
Vice President | Life Sciences Group
JLL San Diego

Q1-2015-Life-Sciences-Insight-1Coming off a banner year in 2014, the San Diego life sciences market recorded sustained leasing activity during the first quarter of 2015. Companies at both early stage and later stage drug discovery continued to secure funding and see growth in operations. The public markets experienced a slow down… Read More

Life Sciences sector employment grows by 5.2%, Record leasing pushes direct availability to 6.2%

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By Grant Schoneman
Vice President | Life Sciences Group
JLL San Diego

Microsoft PowerPoint - JLL San Diego - 2014 Summer-Fall Life Sci2014 was a banner year for the life sciences industry – both on a global and national scale. The global life sciences industry saw a total of $104.2 billion raised, up from the $92.9 billion in 2013. Venture capital financing, IPO and M&A activity all recorded… Read More

Robust leasing activity throughout 2014, fundamentals in place for sustained growth

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By Grant Schoneman
Vice President | Life Sciences Group
JLL San Diego

The life sciences sector has produced significant growth throughout 2014 and is driving much of the space demand within the central San Diego submarkets. Employment within the sector began the year at just under 48,500 employees and is forecasted to be above 51,300 by the end of 2015; producing a 5.8 percent growth in the sector compared to the 3.6 percent job growth forecasted among all… Read More

The two sides of rent growth: One man’s ceiling is another man’s floor

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With annual net absorption up 17 percent and the total U.S. vacancy rate nearing a 7.5 percent periodic low, we are no doubt pushing towards a landlord’s market. The greatest rent increases are occurring in the high-octane logistics corridors such as the Inland Empire, New Jersey and Dallas. The bottom line is that industrial property owners will see increasing rents from tightening market fundamentals. It will be broad across many markets since new construction is… Read More

Companies continue to choose San Diego

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skyline smallWith a hot news cycle about companies leaving San Diego for “business-friendly” cities in Texas, the companies that choose to stay in or relocate to San Diego get less attention, which begs the question, are we getting the full picture?

So, before grabbing the proverbial pitchforks and torches, consider this: San Diego continues to maintain its status… Read More

The next generation of commercial real estate brokers discuss market trends

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Tim Olson was recently featured in San Diego Business Journal’s 2014 CRE Top Producers Under 40 Supplement where he was selected to be a part of a roundtable. The individuals were chosen based on successful performance in the marketplace early in their careers. The article offers a unique perspective on real estate from the innovative minds of the next generation of commercial real estate brokers. Topics… Read More

Large law firms countering stagnant revenue with growth

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The current environment shows a challenging time ahead for the majority of law firms. Falling revenue growth levels among the AmLaw 100 (just 2.8% in 2012) make cost-cutting measures a must, but decreasing office space availability, particularly among Trophy and Class A options, is increasing rents across the board.

Our new Law Firm Infographics campaign explores where, when and why change is happening and how it is impacting U.S. law firms and U.S. real estate.

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