- Since 2013, the Sorrento Mesa/Valley and UTC/Eastgate submarkets have seen a combined 12.2 million square feet of … Read More
While overall asking rents are still on the rise, Class B started the year off continuing to outperform Class A
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
JLL’s 2015 U.S. Law Firm Perspective has been released, and it reveals that law firms in San Diego continue to grow today, but with more measured and conservative growth projections.
Downtown San Diego still has great opportunities for Law Firms. Rental rates have not yet peaked. Carmel Valley has more new product opportunities coming… Read More
Despite the AmLaw 100’s revenue reaching a record $81 billion in 2014, law firms are focusing on efficiency to define their office layouts and locations. The legal sector is using creative space, development and real estate strategies to assure that today’s offices remain practical for the future, according to a new report by JLL.
We 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… Read More
The 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… Read More