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Logistics & distribution are driving industrial leasing activity in the LA basin, mid-year 2016

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There is a growing presence of online-based retailers and logistics companies providing same-day or next-day delivery service to consumers which is affecting the Los Angeles industrial market.

The logistics and distribution sector accounted for 39.4 percent of the top 25 leases during… Read More

What is the long-term impact of the slowdown at West Coast seaports?

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2015-04-Research-West-Coast-Seaports-coverWill 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

Crises along the coasts

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While the East battles blizzards, California closed for cargo

2015-03-Crises-along-the-coastsAn unseasonably harsh blizzard season has shut down businesses along the East Coast for months, but things haven’t been smooth sailing along the Western Seaboard either. California ports were on virtual shut-down during a labor dispute, which has forced shipping… Read More

Mac Hewett joins JLL’s Inland Empire industrial team of McWilliams & McCrary

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Please welcome Mac Hewett who joined JLL’s Inland Empire industrial team of McWilliams & McCrary.

2014-Hewett-MacMac Hewett specializes in tenant representation, leasing, sales, and development of distribution and manufacturing facilities throughout the Inland Empire. Mac combines local market real estate expertise with a unique knowledge of supply chain & logistics strategy to deliver optimal real estate solutions and service.

Prior to joining JLL, Mac began… Read More

JLL LA secured 99 Cents Store’s corporate headquarters, the largest lease in Los Angeles County

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JLL LA’s Barry Hill, Paul Sablock, Tim O’Rourke, Mike Fowler and Zac Sakowski represented KTR Capital Partners in the leasing of their 615,000 s.f. space at Garfield Corporate Center. The transaction was featured in the media including the Los Angeles Business Journal, Costar.com, Costar.com and Bisnow.

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“Los Angeles has one of the most expensive industrial markets

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JLL LA’s Bart Reinhard featured on GlobeSt.com

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2013-Reinhard-Bart-GlobeStGlobeSt.com featured JLL LA‘s Bart Reinhard in their article ‘Small Industrial Space Demand Picks Up.’

Bart Reinhard, Managing Director, title, (right) was quoted:

“Over the past five years, consumer purchasing patterns have shifted significantly with the advent of e-commerce. This has resulted in a permanent supply chain evolution where same-day or next-day delivery capabilities are the new norm. Companies have reorganized their distribution center networks around

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JLL research names Inland Empire a top tier ‘Big Box’ market in the US

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US Big Box 2013 Report

US Big Box 2013 Report

The Inland Empire’s success as a market for ‘big box’ real estate came to be during the mid-eighties with more sizable activity in the nineties. The area is Southern California’s last stop for companies to establish distribution or… Read More

Quarterly report: Speculative development remains the story in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire

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Our 20-page Industrial Outlook offers in-depth analysis of property fundamentals, indicators and market drivers in the Los Angeles and Inland Empire markets.


“Laden container volumes at Southern California’s seaports, while on par with 2008-levels, had flat annual growth for 2012. This propelled

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Industrial: Distribution models are changing

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Mike McCrary, Executive Vice President, Industrial, shares his perspective on the industrial real estate sector in an exclusive thought leadership video on GlobeSt.com. Mike asserts 2012 was a year of change  for the industrial markets with the advent of the e-commerce model. The capital markets have corrected through a re-focus on how U.S. consumers are buying products.

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A tale of two industrial areas – Los Angeles and Inland Empire industrial market highlights

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Los Angeles

The challenge for Los Angeles’ industrial market is one of supply, and ongoing tenant renewals—good for the vacancy rate, but bad for tenants shopping the market—kept quality supply limited. Development (albeit, limited) will help alleviate some of this logjam.

High-cube space continues to garner rent premiums; new construction in port-adjacent submarkets will fare very well.

Inland Empire

All market dynamics—ranging from an uptick in effective rental rates, lease term lengths, heightened development and… Read More