Transforming Communities through Smart Real Estate Strategies
JLL and three local government leaders discuss strategies for reducing costs and advancing critical organizational and community goals.
Operating cost-effectively has always been important to city and county governments, perhaps never more so than today. Ensuring the health and wellbeing of employees and constituents also is a priority. Yet, alongside these challenges, forward-looking city and county governments are seizing the opportunity to transform their workplaces, reshape their portfolios and bring economic opportunities to their neighborhoods.
How? Working with the right partner can lead to creative approaches. In the following conversation, led by JLL’s Herman Bulls, Vice Chairman Americas, three local government leaders discuss their strategies for reducing costs and advancing critical organizational and community goals:
- Commissioner David Reynolds, City of Chicago, Department of Assets, Information and Services (AIS)
- Deputy Director Greg Ossont, Montgomery County, Maryland, Department of General Services
- Public-Private Partnerships Manager Kris Goddard, City of Bellevue, Washington
The conversation covers five major themes driving government real estate today: People and culture, technology, cost savings, economic development, and environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Throughout, you’ll find powerful insights into how new approaches can transform government real estate and the communities served.
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