Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Step-by-Step Guide to Your Next Office Renegotiation or Relocation: Part IV

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By: Brian Conroy, Senior Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle 

Office RelocationAs a lease expiration date approaches, many mark their calendars in dread of the administrative tasks ahead. And although moving is complicated, it’s also a unique opportunity to reinvent your culture, address your space utilization and ensure your strategy is aligned with organizationalRead More

The Sky’s The Limit: Real Estate Report Examines Top Local Skylines

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By: Robert Kramp, Vice President and Director in the Midwest and Great Lakes Region at JLL

skyline-sketchEvery city’s skyline tells a story. Some might say that its character starts with the shape of its skyline. How has your city’s skyline evolved during 2013?

Each year, JLL’s research team takes inventory of the top skylines across the U.S. to uncover the highest-profile commercial buildings and… Read More

Commercial Real Estate News Brief: February 2014

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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. 

Real Estate is Top Investment for Millionaires in 2014

According to Morgan Stanley, millionaires in the U.S. claim that residential and commercial properties are the top “alternative-asset class” to own in 2014.

JLL_Feb-NBBloomberg reports that,… Read More

Beaumont Health System Named Among the “50 Greenest Hospitals in America”

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By: Ted Spicer, Account Director, Jones Lang LaSalle 

Today’s leading businesses are working toward more environmentally friendly operations. Here at JLL, we are advocates of a “green” workplace. In fact, JLL was recognized among the “World’s Most Ethical Companies” by the Ethisphere Institute in 2013. By educating and advocating for sustainable practices, companies can positively impact the environment, while simultaneously attracting and retaining quality employees.

This post is the final post in aRead More