The Los Angeles technology sector has seen extensive growth in recent years, and continues to be the catalyst for economic expansion. While the market is still seeing the southward migration of Silicon Valley giants, home-grown technology startups have flourished and are contributing to the industry’s local expansion. As media and technology… Read More
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.
Based on the second quarter of 2016, Los Angeles currently accounts for 15.9 percent of the nation’s quarterly VC funding, placing it 2nd in the country, behind San Francisco and ahead of Silicon Valley.
The US as a whole saw a steep rise in VC funding; on the surface it… Read More
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
From coast to coast, our city skylines are a source of pride and community. It’s not surprising that top-tier office buildings in our urban cores continue to report lower vacancies, higher rents and more developer interest.
The anticipated Skyline Review is back, and more advanced than ever before.
Between May 2015 and May 2016, Los Angeles County nonfarm employment increased by 101,000 or 2.4 percent.
Educational and health services led the year-over gains adding 37,200 jobs. More than three-quarters of the employment expansion was concentrated in health care and social assistance (up 28,300). Educational services contributed 8,900 jobs to the
JLL’s newest office location in El Segundo, designed by Wirt Design Group, provides a window into our company culture and reflects our vision for the future of workplace design. Elegant, yet approachable and transparent, the space is an open environment with both modern design and timeless furnishings.
Between April 2015 and April 2016, Los Angeles County nonfarm employment increased
by 106,800 or 2.5 percent.
Educational and health services registered the largest year-over expansion with an addition of 37,900 jobs. Health care and social assistance added 28,800 jobs to account for three fourths of the increase. Educational services accounted for