The decision to make an office move is an exciting time, filled with opportunities to reinvent, reset and renew. At the same time, the site selection process can be overwhelming. There are several factors at play, including neighborhood, space size, layout potential, availability of sophisticated technology, proximity to amenities, parking and public transportation.
Do you think employee happiness is just a nice to have? Think again. Employees are a company’s most important asset, and happy employees just might mean higher profits. This USA Today article uncovered that publicly traded companies in the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list have gained an average 10.8% a year since 1998. Many of the publicly traded companies named as Best Companies to Work For in 2013… Read More
JLL was recently named as one of the 2014 Best Places to Work in Los Angeles. The awards program was created in 2007 and is a project of the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group.
This county-wide survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Los Angeles, benefiting the county’s economy, its workforce and… Read More
JLL’s Wayne Alldredge, Energy and Sustainability Services, recently shared his thoughts on California’s Title 24 on JLL’s Green Blog
Climate change is upon us. Whether you believe that describes Mother Nature or the political environment, climate change is definitely here. Effective July 1st, 2014, California Title 24 raised the minimum energy… Read More
The Los Angeles Times featured JLL LA‘s Tom Turley in their article Former playground of stars in San Bernardino is ready for rebirth.
Tom Turley, Managing Director was featured sharing his thoughts on Arrowhead Springs in San Bernardino now for sale at $57 million:
Some investors are considering building an aggressively green resort and housing complex that would rely on geothermal, solar and wind power, Turley… Read More
The U.S. emerges as a leader in the world’s energy market and increased demand for real estate follows
Over the next couple of decades, the U.S. energy industry will drive employment gains, the reindustrialization of the economy, the migration of workers and income growth. The economic impact of surging natural gas and shale oil production will not only be felt by those directly in the energy industry but the numerous sectors that… Read More
GlobeSt.com featured JLL LA‘s Peter Belisle in their article ‘Green Building Focuses on Existing Buildings.’
Peter Belisle, Southwest Market Director was featured sharing his thoughts on UCLA’s Institute for the Environment and Sustainability Green Building Symposium panel discussion:
The big change that I see happening is what I call dashboard technology. No matter if you are in a commercial space or in a residential space, you don’t really… Read More
The energy boom is expected to support 3.5M jobs by 2035, a 36% increase
The U.S. is in the midst of a historic energy boom that is set to create a ripple effect on office, industrial, hotel, multifamily and retail space now and in the future.Why? It’s simple, really. More production requires more facilities, and creates more jobs. Those employees and their families need nearby housing, places to work and places to… Read More
Our recent 5-part infographic series explained where, when and why the change is happening and how it impacts your business. Check out the full story in this short video U.S. Energy Boom video!
To learn more, go directly to the campaign page for a collection of resources: America’s energy boom
Tweet this: Our video explains the #energy… Read More
December saw the U.S. economy add just 74,000 jobs, the second-lowest monthly figure recorded throughout the recovery so far. It caps off a year that registered a 2.2-million-job expansion, unemployment falling to 6.7 percent and a more consistent as well as geographically broadening expansion.
While trade and manufacturing were some of December’s… Read More