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.
IDEA1 represents the next generation in mixed-use and multifamily development in San Diego. Five years after this concept was first conceived, the speakers will be pulling back the curtain and delving into the process of creating IDEA1. Their story will highlight the hurdles they overcame and the dedication of each team member to bring this new development project to fruition.
You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear these amazing people:
Congratulations 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… Read More
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… Read More
A constrained pipeline paired with strong job growth has investors confident in San Diego’s multifamily prospects. On behalf of JMI and Lennar, JLL’s Capital Markets experts today announced Greystar has purchased Ballpark Village Parcel C2, a development site that is part of a larger master-planned development located in downtown… Read More
In Part 1 of this story, GlobeSt.com explored the impact of tourism on San Diego’s economy. In Part 2, we speak with experts on the local commercial real estate market exclusively about which property sectors are most affected by tourism and how.
In examining where tourism reaches most significantly, it’s hard to overlook the… Read More
Fears of a bubble overblown, according to JLL
While some pundits are warning of a bubble in the multifamily housing sector, the numbers tell a different story. According to JLL research, released at the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) conference in January, homeownership rates are down as more Americans choose to rent. That’s driving demand for apartment in many regions.
That should mean plenty of renters to soak up the considerable volume of… Read More
In an article featured in the Daily Transcript, JLL’s Darcy Miramontes wrote about the four primary trend drivers affecting the multifamily market right now: jobs, the overall housing market, baby boomers, and cap rates.
The largest renting demographic is made up of millennials 25-34 years old who are benefiting the most from the economy’s accelerating recovery.
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