Category Archives: E-commerce

Pop-up stores: a sign of online retailers moving into brick-and-mortar

0 CommentsBy

JLL’s national research team has found that pop-up stores, which last from several days to several months, are often the first sign of online-retailers looking to lease longer term space.

pop-up stores; online retailers; brick-and-mortar

This trend is visible in Los Angeles as it has the second highest amount… Read More

The rise of the million-square-foot user

0 CommentsBy

Million-square-foot warehouse facilities are growing more common across the nation. Between 2010 – 2015, there were 102.3 million square feet of new leases in this size range.

The top five markets account for 58.5 percent of total lease transactions with e-commerce and traditional retail driving demand.

Inland Empire leads the country in million-square-foot transactions signing nine deals in the last 18 months. Demand remains strong in the market with several deals pending and… Read More

All signs point to a push for more LA industrial development in 2016

0 CommentsBy

COW_Los Angeles_industrial_March 28 2016

For more information contact Teresa Petrosyan
Visit: JLL’s Los Angeles Research on the web

Read More

Technology continues to boom in Los Angeles

0 CommentsBy

2015technologyreportIn the recently released JLL’s 2015 United States Technology Office Outlook, it was noted that technology firms and startups aren’t just exploring new U.S. markets, they’re starting to plant roots.  Over the past year, 73 percent of the sector’s office leases represented occupancy growth. According to the report, expansion for the technology industry in… Read More

Grey is the new Black

0 CommentsBy

Gray is the new black

As Black Friday blends into Grey Thursday, some retailers embrace backlash to drive online orders.

As consumer purchasing habits continue to shift regarding Black Friday’s kickoff to the post-Thanksgiving shopping season, retailers are faced with a multitude of potential strategies for a successful holiday sales season.… Read More

Can Los Angeles Imagine a World Without Grocery Stores?

0 CommentsBy

Four years from now, you’ll see fewer traditional supermarkets as consumers spread their spending across multiple grocery stores, even reaching out to a network of online food delivery services.

Here in Los Angeles, there are an increasing number of options to get fresh and local food to your doorstep, from Amazon Fresh to LA’s newest darling in online food delivery, Good Eggs. While Amazon Fresh offers same-day delivery on behalf of a bevy of premier gourmet markets… Read More

Mac Hewett joins JLL’s Inland Empire industrial team of McWilliams & McCrary

0 CommentsBy

Please welcome Mac Hewett who joined JLL’s Inland Empire industrial team of McWilliams & McCrary.

2014-Hewett-MacMac Hewett specializes in tenant representation, leasing, sales, and development of distribution and manufacturing facilities throughout the Inland Empire. Mac combines local market real estate expertise with a unique knowledge of supply chain & logistics strategy to deliver optimal real estate solutions and service.

Prior to joining JLL, Mac began… Read More

JLL awarded leasing of unique 215,000 SF industrial facility in Hawthorne, CA

0 CommentsBy

JLL has been selected by DCT Industrial Trust Inc. to handle the leasing of a unique Class “A” 215,000-square-foot industrial building located at 2815 W. El Segundo Boulevard in Hawthorne, CA. The Greater LAX/South Bay property presents a unique facility solution for global logistics providers, e-commerce hubs and high speed warehousing operations ranging from 95,000 square feet up to 215,000 square feet of contiguous space.

2013-Luke-StaubitzRead More

Patrick Wood joins JLL’s Inland Empire’s industrial brokerage team

0 CommentsBy

Please welcome Patrick Wood, Vice President Industrial Broker in the Inland Empire

2014-Wood-PatrickPatrick comes to JLL with over 8 years of experience in both landlord and tenant representation in the Inland Empire market. Patrick began his career at CBRE where he was recognized as the National Rookie of the Year in the industrial practice during his first year in brokerage. He then went on… Read More

JLL’s SoCal industrial team represents Clarion Partners in attracting a tenant to their Redlands Business Center

0 CommentsBy

A confidential Fortune 500 client secures 704,115 s.f. in Clarion Partners’ Redlands Business Center

2014-08-15-Amazon-Redlands-Fullfillment-Center-2125-E-San Bernardino

JLL’s SoCal industrial team Peter McWilliams, Michael McCrary, Ruben Goodsell and Nicole Welch successfully represented Clarion Partners, the landlord, in attracting a confidential Fortune 500 client to their 704,115 s.f. Redlands Business Center located in the heart of Redlands, CA.

Peter McWilliams Michael McCraryRead More