Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Look at Lease Negotiations: Case Study Spotlight

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By Dan Adamski, Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle

The business landscape, like the commercial real estate scene, is dynamic.

Change is rapid, and goals are adjustable. As a result, business owners often need the flexibility to alter their current real estate portfolio. Whatever the reason, the ability to engage in successful lease negotiations gives business owners the freedom to reinvent goals, and change with the times.

We suggest three simple steps to guide the… Read More

How to Build an Occupancy Strategy for Your Business

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By: AJ Magner, Executive Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle 

Occupancy StrategyIf you could change any aspect of your current office or industrial space, what would it be, and why? Are your real estate decisions aligned with your organization’s business goals and objectives?

When considering a relocation or consolidation, Jones Lang LaSalle emphasizes business driven… Read More

Commercial Real Estate News Brief: April 2013

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Commercial real estate is a dynamic industry. Keep up with Spaces’ monthly recaps of the most valuable industry articles we’ve recently come across, focused on news in Ohio, Michigan and Pennsylvania. 

The CRE Industry Goes Green, Spotlights Sustainability

JLL_Feb-NBThroughout April, in acknowledgement of Earth Day, commercial real estate experts worked to increase sustainability within… Read More

Align Your Commercial Real Estate Strategy with Market Conditions through JLL’s Property Clock

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By: John Sikaitis, Senior Vice President, Americas Local Markets Research,  Jones Lang LaSalle

Investors, landlords and tenants all seek differing market characteristics before committing to or adding a new property to their portfolio. But, how does each persona align strategy with current and forecasted market trends?

The Jones Lang LaSalle Office Property Clock is a proprietary tool used to visualize where a market fits in a given cycle. Markets typically move clockwise… Read More