Monthly Archives: June 2015

Tips To Leverage the Digital Skyline, for Tenants & Investors

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By: JC Pelusi, Market Leader, Managing Director, JLL

JLL’s 2015 Digital Skyline provides unparalleled insights for more than 600 million square feet of commercial real estate in 47 cities across the U.S. and Canada. It offers investors and tenants alike a birds-eye view of national trends, plus an up-close look at local market performance.

Not sure how to use the digital tool? We’ve got you covered. Read on for actionable ways commercial real estate occupiers, owners and investors utilize the Skyline.

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3 Tips for Business Owners & Corporate Executives

1. Strategize your next move. Are you approaching the end of a lease, or considering relocation?

The Skyline is fundamental in making your initial list of viable properties for relocation. You can zoom in on individual buildings, and check out current vacancy, rents, LEED certifications and more. Make better relocation decisions by comparing markets or buildings within your market.

Below, check out Key Bank’s building profile in Cleveland.

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Is Your Workplace Culture-Friendly?

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By: Tim Kay, Managing Director, Project and Development Services, JLL

There is no singular, prescriptive answer to the question: what is the ideal office design? Every business demands custom design and functionality, all reflective of brand image.

One universal office space trend has emerged, however, and that’s culture. Next generation talent gravitates toward companies that emanate established, strong cultures. It’s also what keeps the current workforce there for the long haul.

Does your office space drive innovation, and reflect true brand identity and culture? If the answer is no, read on for insight into workplace trends that might (or might not) work for your business, as well as actionable tips for better alignment.

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Commercial Real Estate News Brief: May 2015

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In the latest edition of our monthly news brief, JLL’s regional team curates the top industry articles to keep you in-the-know. In this month’s edition, JLL spotlights foreign commercial real estate growth in the U.S., developer interest in Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon project, and brand journalism trends in real estate.

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Foreign Commercial Purchasing Surges on U.S. Soil

JLL CRE News Brief

Newspaper image via NS Newsflash.

In the first quarter of 2015, “commercial real estate transactions increased 45 percent by dollar volume,” according to research from Real Capital Analytics Inc., reported by Bloomberg. Demand is back—it’s raised competition among desirable properties, and encouraged investors to buy more rapidly throughout primary and secondary markets.

According to Real Capital, “Real estate deals surged $129 billion during the three months through March, marking the most active start to a year since 2007.”

Related Read: Aim Higher: JLL Presents The 2015 Digital Skyline

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Aim Higher: JLL Presents The 2015 Digital Skyline

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By: Andrew Batson, Senior Research Analyst at JLL

Are you an investor curious about market outlooks, or a tenant approaching lease expiration? Well, I have good news. The annual Skyline Review is back.

Each year, JLL’s research team analyzes the top North American skylines and gives investors and tenants alike a personal, up-close, look at some of the highest-profile commercial buildings and office towers in our cities. JLL notes, “These assets are the true drivers of leasing supply, demand, rents and development and serve as the building wish list for foreign and domestic institutional investors.”

The report provides a birds-eye view of local urban office markets, including both micro and macro-level statistics from floor-by-floor leasing to investment performance.

And now—for the first time ever—JLL is introducing the Digital Skyline.

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