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Aim Higher: JLL Presents The 2015 Digital Skyline

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Are you an investor curious about market outlooks, or a tenant approaching lease expiration? Well, I have good news. The annual Skyline Review is back.

2015 National Skyline

Each year, JLL’s research team analyzes the top North American skylines and gives investors and tenants alike a personal, up-close, look at some… Read More

California’s Title 24 Raises the Bar on Energy Efficiency

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2014-Wayne-AlldredgeJLL’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

JLL’s national skyline report features local reports for each of the 5 Southern CA markets… including DTLA & Century City

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In addition to our big national skyline report, we now have standalone local reports for each of the 5 Southern California markets: Orange County, San Diego, Phoenix, LA (Century City), and LA (Downtown) for the first time!


2014-03-Research-LosAngelesSkylineReview-Generic-3-panel_V3Downtown Skyline Review: We analyzed the top 24 buildings in Downtown LA that truly move the market. Downtown’s strengths are attributable to a more stable tenant base, sophisticated… Read More

More than Concrete, Steel and Glass: What Embodies a Skyline?

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JLL invites high school seniors to participate in first-ever #DesignYourSkyline Contest


For the past 10 years, JLL has released its annual Skyline Review: a building-by-building and floor-by-floor assessment of 43 city centers across the country which provides insight, analysis and advice to investors.  But for the first time, JLL is seeking artistic interpretations of… Read More

An exclusive look at how the U.S. office market is performing

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Improving economy means commercial office investment is growing across U.S.

The office market recovery has gained momentum and experienced diversified growth of late, but one micro-segment truly stands atop the recovery: the luxury-end of the urban office sector with enhanced tenant, investor and developer demand. We call it the Skyline.

JLL Research is pleased to release its annual U.S. Skyline Review,  a comprehensive assessment of Trophy, A+ and… Read More

M2M technology, 6 ways smart buildings are becoming even smarter

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2013-IntelliCommand-smart-buildingsSmart buildings are leveraging emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies to become even smarter.

According to the latest Global Sustainability Perspective, six advances in smart building technology are enabling a new era in building energy efficiency and carbon footprint reduction, yielding a return on investment for… Read More

Downtown professional firms continue to move south

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2013-03-Wrobel-Josh-LABJ-Bean-Counter-Article-headshotThe Los Angeles Business Journal reports accounting firm giant KPMG LLP plans to move from the eight floors it occupies at 355 S. Grand this year. The firm will be downsizing from its 176,000 s.f. downtown office.

This is a yet another loss for the Bunker Hill neighborhood following PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s… Read More

With over six-million s.f. of office space leased in LA by various government agencies, Sequestration could adversely impact the LA office market

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Click here for more market insight on our Los Angeles research group web page: Los Angeles – Research

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Mike McKeever joins our Los Angeles tenant representation team

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Mike McKeever

JLL continues to grow top talent in Los Angeles! We are pleased to announce Mike McKeever (left) has joined our Los Angeles team serving as Senior Vice President in tenant representation. Mike’s successful career has spanned across Los Angeles in the South Bay, West Los Angeles, Downtown and LAN / Tri-Cities.

Mike is a… Read More

U.S. airport report: Throttling back, air cargo loses ground to ocean transport

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In this Port, Airport & Global Infrastructure (PAGI) report we cover the top cargo airports in the U.S. and their surrounding real estate markets as well as unveil our newly improved scoring methodology.

With two million s.f. of cargo facilities, LAX continues to serve as a major hub for the U.S. It is a focus city for American Airlines, Southwest, and Virgin; and serves as an international gateway for Delta Airlines. During 2012,… Read More