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America's 2017 most expensive streets

In our 2017 Most Expensive Streets study, we look at the priciest U.S. office space. Those high-profile strips command an average asking rent of $48.65 per square foot, a 46.9-percent premium compared to the rest of the country.

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U.S. Investment Outlook

A focus on value and risk is shaping investor behavior

The U.S. market is characterized by continued uncertainty, selectivity and different transaction types which impact volumes in the first half of 2017.

Global real estate markets are on a steady course

Investor and corporate occupier activity are at a robust level, despite geopolitical tensions and various election cycles worldwide. Learn more about this and four other global investment trends we’re watching.

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H1 2017 U.S. Net Lease Investment Outlook

Continued low-yield environment driving renewed investor creativity.

13 U.S. markets to watch

These former "ghost towns" are seeing massive revitalization on the outskirts of major metro areas.

The Investor

The latest capital markets news, thought leadership and investment opportunities.

U.S. Office Outlook

A quarterly look at office market activity, trends and stats.

JLL Skyline

City skylines welcome more creatives in 2017. Get floor-by-floor data of office buildings in city skylines across the nation.