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Visualizing the spillover of Uptown into Downtown


• Through a mash-up of Real Capital Analytics data with JLL’s technology tools MapIT and Blackbird, we generated a heat map of office prices per square foot and superimposed all of the major buildings onto it.

• To visualize how location affects price, we took five years of office transaction records and interpolated them across the Dallas market to create a “heat map” of office prices.

• The core area of Uptown stands out as the most expensive area – the color codes stop at $290, though some deals were far higher.

• Connectivity between Uptown and the Arts district improved after the opening of Klyde Warren Park, which is evident from the most expensive zones spilling over the Woodall Rogers Freeway into the first few blocks on the southern side.

• What stands out is the sharp change in transacted values with each block as you move further south, with prices dropping 20-40 dollars per square foot per block moving south towards Main Street into the core of downtown.


Source: JLL Research




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