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Letterman Digital Arts Center: Defining a LEEDing destination/united-states/en-us/case-studies/95/letterman-digital-arts-centerLetterman Digital Arts Center: Defining a LEEDing destinationUnderstanding that misconceptions and unfamiliarity were standing in the way of success, the JLL leasing team’s strategy was to mitigate accessibility concerns and readjust the market’s focus. We developed informational packets detailing all transportation and parking options and profiled the amenities and services of the Presidio. Tour activity tripled within 30 days and a new tenant was signed within 60 days.
DC’s 1801 K Street trades owners in record-setting deal/united-states/en-us/case-studies/485/1801-k-streetDC’s 1801 K Street trades owners in record-setting dealAchieving one of the largest disposition prices ever in the greater Washington, DC office market, JLL Capital Markets brokered the sale of 1801 K Street to Mirae Asset Global Investments for $445 million, or approximately $781 per square foot, in late 2014.
Rebranding energizes leasing velocity at The Aventine/united-states/en-us/case-studies/428/rebranding-energizes-leasing-velocity-at-the-aventineRebranding energizes leasing velocity at The AventineJLL was hired as the leasing agent and worked with ownership and property management to develop a three-year capital plan that would prioritize and improve common areas and vacant suites. Over a 24-month period, JLL signed seven new leases totaling 58,000 square feet, renewed and expanded nine tenants comprising 70,344 square feet and increased occupancy by 26.7 percent.
Branding a destination/united-states/en-us/case-studies/469/west-8th-seattle-branding-a-destinationBranding a destinationWest 8th is a 28-story office building in Seattle that was 100 percent vacant in shell condition in 2010. The building lacked a brand identity and image in a challenging market, and was struggling to compete with two adjacent properties and large-block vacancies in established CBD buildings.
Increasing visibility to gain traction/united-states/en-us/case-studies/468/1300-dexter-increasing-visibility-to-gain-tractionIncreasing visibility to gain traction​1300 Dexter in Seattle, WA needed to be repositioned and reintroduced to the market, despite minimal available tenant improvement dollars. When JLL’s leasing team took over the assignment at the end of 2010, occupancy projections were at a dismal 10 percent.