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U.S. cross-sector investment trends
See what to expect in real estate investment across property types over the next 18 months, and in some cases beyond. This report explores relevant shifts currently taking place across real estate sectors, and provides clarity for your next best investment opportunity within each segment.
Are real estate markets reconnecting?
Following a cautious year in 2013, today large corporate tenants they are demonstrating greater confidence, and greater willingness to spend and implement longer-term real estate strategies.
5 ways green office design also makes workers happier and more productive
Daylight and a not-freezing workspace will make it easier for employees to focus. Luckily, they'll also help reduce your office's carbon footprint—and costs. Read more from Fast Co.Exist.
How shopping centers can scare up good returns from ghost space
The retail sector is embracing the business version of a sugar high by using temporary leases to lure pop-up Halloween shops that open between September and November.
How you shop for groceries is changing
Four years from now you'll see fewer traditional supermarkets as consumers spread their spending across multiple grocery stores. JLL's Greg Maloney talks with Fox NY about shifts in the grocery landscape and what to expect in the next decade.
Cities worldwide are in a race for talent and investment. Here’s how U.S. cities stack up.
Based on the recent World Economic Forum report on city competitiveness and JLL research, here's a look at the state of U.S. cities as they gear up for heated global competition.
Featured office property for lease in Greenwich, CT
Located at 600 Steamboat Road, the building sits on more than four pristine acres overlooking Greenwich Harbor. The property is just minutes from I-95 and Westchester County Airport, and offers a shuttle bus to the Metro-North Train Station.
Betting on the boroughs
The Bronx saw $1.3 billion in real-estate deals in 2013 and another $895 million invested in real estate and development, an increase of nearly 33 percent since 2010.
U.S. office sector posts lowest vacancy rate of the recovery
In the third quarter of 2014, nearly 15.7 million square feet of office space was absorbed, and through the first nine months of 2014, occupancy levels jumped by 38 million square feet (44.0 percent).
Global CFO Christie B. Kelly named a “Woman Worth Watching”
Current interest rates
We track industry rates daily to give you the latest trends and changes in LIBOR, Treasuries, Prime and Swaps rates.
When it comes to rebranding, there’s no room for mistakes
Not only does rebranding require a lot of time, money and resources, but your company’s reputation is also at stake. Learn the four most common rebranding project errors, and how to avoid them.
Want to hire millennial talent? Can the free beer stereotype and take these six steps
JLL’s Chris Pesek shares six ways to recruit and retain Millennials in the facilities management industry. Read the full article in Forbes.
Every building tells a story, and every project inspires a solution
Explore our interactive ebook to see how JLL’s project managers have worked to create some of the most trend-setting and inspirational spaces in commercial real estate.
Rare land lease opportunity in Lorton, VA
8550 Terminal road offers 9.11 acres with 49,350 square feet of warehouse and shop space, just one mile off the I-95. Property is enclosed by an electric fence with a gated entrance and guard house, and is zone I-6, Fairfax County’s heaviest industrial zoning.
Unemployment dips to 5.9 percent in September—its first time below 6.0 percent during the recovery.
The U.S. economy got back on track in September, bouncing back from a sluggish August with 248,000 net new jobs. Growth occurred across sectors and geographies, with office-using industries in particular benefiting from improved corporate confidence leading to permanent hiring.
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