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U.S. office sector posts highest quarterly absorption of the recovery to date, 13.9 million square feet
Leasing activity was up, absorption increased and vacancy dropped in Q2. The U.S. office leasing environment continues to favor landlords. Tenants have less leverage and fewer options, especially in CBD Trophy and Class A space. See more in our Q2 2014 reports.
U.S. employment overview: June adds 288,000 jobs, unemployment rate down to 6.1 percent
Official unemployment data shows bright spots in the U.S. economy, however challenges Remain—particularly when you consider labor force participation rates.
Oslo and Munich: Hotter markets than New York and Paris?
Mid-sized, high-tech cities dominate real estate's "Investment Intensity" Index.
JLL acquires healthcare project management leader CLEO Construction Management
Acquisition meets growing needs of healthcare facilities with expanded, specialized real estate services in West
Rapid growth in the energy industry creates ripple effect on office, multifamily and retail space.
Our 2014 North America Energy Outlook explores where, when and why the change is happening; how it may impact your business; and what you can do to come out on top.
Property management tips for disaster response
With hurricane season upon us, take a minute to hear JLL's property management team in New Orleans share their tips for emergency preparedness, and lessons learned from Hurrican Katrina.
New online service helps companies seeking smaller, shorter-term and unique office space
HiRise connects tenants and landlords from searching to signing—and paying the rent, too.
10 cities where the drug business thrives
New report identifies top U.S. cities for pharmaceutical research and development.
Featured office property for lease in Charlestown, Mass.
The new Schrafft’s City Center in Charlestown, Mass. is a one-million-square-foot waterfront business campus with superb amenities and access in an industrial chic setting.
A strong start to the year for industrial real estate
Vacancy decreased 30 basis points in just three months' time, down to 7.6 percent in the United States, and net absorption marked the strongest first quarter this cycle. We expect to reach the prior cyclical low of 7.5 percent mid year, which will exert further upward pressure on rents.
Hotel investor sentiment at highest level ever recorded
Investor sentiment for hotel trading globally has surged over the past six months. Short-term expectations are up 26.4 percentage points to 57.8 percent, and medium-term up 27.5 points to 66.6 percent.
Building a better state government with smart real estate
Tennessee leads the way by taking a page from corporate playbooks to save millions.
The re-emergence of the iron horse
Rising freight costs, an impending driver shortage, a push toward sustainability and greater risks for truck-only transport are pushing the shipping industry toward intermodal transportation—a combination of truck and rail.
2014 global life sciences cluster report
Explore the latest trends in the life sciences industry, and find out which global and U.S. regions are leading the way.
Workplace trends: Is your corporate culture keeping up?
From personal workspace to open staircases and video gaming, companies are rethinking how and where their employees work. Does your workplace give you a competitive edge?
Current interest rates
We track industry rates daily to give you the latest trends and changes in LIBOR, Treasuries, Prime and Swaps rates.
Learn how we're meeting the needs of corporations, institutions and investors in key U.S. markets.