The Driving Force Behind This Dominant CRE Trend
From mobile devices and platforms to smart buildings and virtual deal making, technology is going to change the face of commercial real estate. In many ways, it already has.
Highest honor: Roger Staubach awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
Congratulations to our very own U.S. Navy veteran, Pro Football Hall of Famer, CRE legend and founder of The Staubach Company (merged into JLL in 2008).
Men will be the big spenders this holiday season
JLL research highlights noteworthy holiday shopping trends.
E-Commerce Companies Get Creative in Quest for ‘Last Mile’ Space
From tents on vacant suburban lots to a parking garage converted underneath Chicago’s Millennium Park, companies are getting creative in the race to get goods to consumers this holiday season.
An outsider executive pushes change at JLL
Former Google executive Vinay Goel explains why he pivoted his career to help lead us through a digital transformation.
Bengaluru is the world’s fastest-changing city
JLL's City Momentum Index ranks 131 world cities based on their ability to change, innovate, and adjust to constantly evolving circumstances.
JLL beats on earnings, thanks in part to their tech investments
Investment in technology has played and will continue to play a large role in JLL’s continuing growth.
Technology is making its way into the construction industry
While it’s true technology adoption has been a bit slower in construction than other industries, advances are being made.
Hudson Yards Bets $2 Billion a New Manhattan Mall Can Succeed
Michael Hirschfield, Vice Chairman of National Retail Tenant Services, shares his thoughts on the newly opened Hudson Yards Mall with Bloomberg.
Malls tap new tech to track shoppers
Mall owners are looking for ways to more accurately track shoppers at their properties. JLL will begin using a new tool called Pinpoint to monitor shoppers within a "geofence."
NYC hotel market is in the midst of a recovery
Gilda Perez-Alvarado, CEO of JLL’s Hotel & Hospitality group, discusses recent developments in the NYC hotel market.
Tech companies aren’t the only ones competing for tech workers
The digitization of our industry is happening fast, and we’re hiring for the future by increasing our roster of robotics and IoT experts.
JLL Spark’s Mihir Shah offers his 2019 proptech predictions
JLL Spark co-CEO Mihir Shah talks proptech adoption, tenant experience and other predictions for the year ahead.
Online retailers like Allbirds, Warby Parker and Bonobos are opening bricks-and-mortar stores, often in the same Chicago area
JLL’s Senior Vice President, Jason Trombley explains the recent surge of clicks to bricks brands taking over retail space in Chicago.
JLL Growing Cross-Border Retail Business With One-Woman Band
Charlotte Elstob, recently appointed Vice President of International Retail explains the responsibilities of her newly created role and why she is JLL’s point of contact for brands looking to engage in cross-border retail
Waikiki Trade Center retail space at Hyatt Centric changes management
JLL’s Kirk Horiuchi speaks with Pacific Business News on the continued growth of JLL’s retail services capabilities in Hawaii and how managing a unique urban street retail location like the Waikiki Trade Center is a natural next step.
Four state and city government trends to watch in 2019
Faced with ever-growing financial pressures, government leaders are searching for creative solutions to unlock funds – and real estate is increasingly the answer.
JLL's Newest Company To Focus On Tech Real Estate
JLLhas launched a new unit to promote the development of tech-driven real estate services. JLL Sparkwill be led by co-CEOs Mihir Shah and Yishai Lerner.
Which emerging technologies are likely to have the greatest impact on the commercial real estate industry?
Our experts predict how autonomous vehicles, the internet of things and AI will influence the built environment.
What's happening with recently vacant storefronts this holiday season?
JLL Americas Retail CEO Greg Maloney discusses how retailers are taking over locations that were previously owned by Toys ‘R’ Us and why he anticipates a strong holiday season.
Last Holiday Shopping Season Was Good, But This One Is Looking Even Better
Greg Maloney explains why consumer indicators show that this holiday season will be one of the best in recent memory in his latest article for Forbes.
Podcast: Meet the Leaders of JLL’s New Digital Products Team
JLL’s Chief Digital Product Officer and Head of Digital Product Engineering talk to Propmodo about plans for the future, how they work with JLL Spark and more...
JLL and Gordon Brothers Collaborate on Retail Services
JLL and Gordon Bros. have formed a “strategic alliance” aimed at helping retailers better navigate the change management processes involved with restructuring.
Big Pharma poised for disruption in 2019 while mid-tier companies double down on innovation
JLL predicts Big Pharma will adopt agile approaches to enhance R&D as mid-tier companies bring new products to market.
No Kidding…Big Retail in Playing Games
Patrick Smith, Vice Chair of Brokerage at JLL, explains why competitive socializing is a good bet in today’s retail market, especially as retailers look to boost social engagement.
The Office Barista Will Now Take Your Order
Forget the sludge in the break room. The latest corporate perk is a barista who knows how to pour.
Once-online-only brands will open 850 brick-and-mortar stores over next five years
Greg Maloney, President & CEO JLL Retail, explains the continued migration of digitally native brands to physical store-fronts.
Bridging the gap between tech, CRE
JLL Spark’s Mihir Shah discusses how real estate firms can improve operations through investment in tech startups.
JLL among world leaders at Davos
JLL leadership is participating in the World Economic Forum’s exclusive annual meeting at Davos and posting insights into global issues on our Notes from Davos blog.
Four Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2019
JLL examines four healthcare industry trends for 2019 and beyond, including the power of the workplace to attract employees and reducing infections in healthcare facilities.
Increasingly tech-enabled construction industry powers forward despite volatility
Construction industry momentum to carry through first half of 2019.
Construction Outlook Calls for Continued Momentum
Potential risks to the industry, including ongoing tariffs and rising costs, are expected to be offset by the generally strong U.S. economy in the first half of 2019.
Canadian Capital Surges into the US market
Maggie Coleman, Head of International Capital for the Americas, discusses the latest trends in international capital flows and why Canadian investors are targeting US secondary markets.
Eight Ways to Succeed in Real Estate
Jonathan Geanakos, President of JLL Capital Markets/Americas, tells aspiring real estate pros they're in for an exciting ride despite the choppy economy.