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JLL’s Ben Stapleton featured in Wall Street Journal article on the LA River

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2014-stapleton_high_resThe Wall Street Journal featured JLL LA‘s Ben Stapleton in their article ‘L.A. Turns to Face Its River‘

Ben Stapleton, Vice President, was featured sharing his thoughts on the development potential for land adjacent to the $1 billion 11-mile Los Angeles River revitalization. $5.7 billion in development investment opportunities could potentially be generated by this transformative project:

“You have a lot of industrial users who have been there a long

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JLL’s Ben Stapleton featured in Bloomberg on rare development potential next to burgeoning LA River

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2014-stapleton_high_resBloomberg featured JLL LA‘s Ben Stapleton in their article ‘A River Runs Through Los Angeles‘

For the second time in under two months Ben Stapleton, Vice President, was featured sharing his thoughts on the development potential for land adjacent to the $1 billion 11-mile Los Angeles River revitalization. $5.7 billion in development investment opportunities could potentially be generated by this transformative project:

Jones Lang LaSalle’s Stapleton has received 11 offers for

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JLL’s Ben Stapleton featured in Bloomberg on $1B revitalization of the LA River

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B2014-stapleton_high_resloomberg featured JLL LA‘s Ben Stapleton in their article ‘L.A. Plan to Turn Concrete River Green Wins Corps Backing’

Ben Stapleton, Vice President, was featured sharing his thoughts on the $1 billion 11-mile revitalization the Los Angeles River. $5.7 billion in development investment opportunities could potentially be generated by this transformative project:

“The plan “will go a long way in transforming the river itself and make it a

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JLL’s Ben Stapleton featured in BisNow on LA’s Better Buildings Challenge

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2014-stapleton_high_resBen Stapleton, Vice President, is currently responsible for the City of Los Angeles’ Better Buildings Challenge. The City has set a goal to achieve 20% energy savings across 30 million s.f. of existing buildings by 2020 as part of challenge, a national leadership initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, which calls on public and private sector leaders to take action and demonstrate… Read More