Darren (DJ) Sandler has joined JLL as our new Director of Marketing for the Southwest Region. DJ’s primary focus will be here in Los Angeles, with oversight for all marketing and communications in Orange County, San Diego and Phoenix.
DJ will work as a strategic partner with our Southwest Markets business leaders, developing and executing marketing plans that will help grow our… Read More
Acquisition meets growing client needs for expanded brokerage and capital markets services in SoCal
As consumer confidence continues to climb and economic prospects for retailers improve, JLL (NYSE: JLL) is getting a big boost to its retail business by acquiring Wilson Retail Group, a leading, independent retail brokerage and capital markets firm in Southern California. The transaction will enable JLL, already the nation’s largest… Read More
Will there be a permanent change in the U.S. supply chain?
Reliability influences every supply chain officer’s decision making when it comes to how goods enter the U.S., are distributed across the country and ultimately reach their end-customers. Reliability is paramount, affecting both cost and speed-to-market, and it has… Read More
For the eighth consecutive year, JLL (NYSE: JLL) has been named a 2015 “World’s Most Ethical Company® by The Ethisphere Institute, the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices.“
Eight straight years as one of the ‘World’s Most Ethical Companies’ confirms the
There’s no question about it, construction projects are risky, costly and time-consuming. And the more complex a project is, the more potential there is for issues to arise, including scope creep, budget overruns and schedule delays.
JLL presents a sample of real estate investment deals that have been reported during the quarter. They have been selected to provide an illustration of the prevailing characteristics of investment transactions across the globe in terms of location, sector, lot size, price, vendor and seller. These deals account for less than 20% of overall investment volumes.
Law firms face more supply constraints than companies in nearly any other industry. Why? Law firms typically target premium, Class A space in central locations—the tightest segment of U.S. office markets. With fewer space options, your firm may find itself battling with competitors not only for clients—but for desired space as well. Notwithstanding these challenges, our 2014 Law Firm Perspective identifies several trends that law firms are using to optimize costs.