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How to determine your law firm’s real estate strategy

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Are you a leader in the legal field? Before making a decision about your law firm’s real estate, make sure you’re in the loop on the latest industry trends.

From office layout to city preference, the legal landscape is shifting. Below are a few top trends to consider before structuring your own real estate strategy.

  • Budget Allocation: Most U.S. markets are moving in favor of landlords. Rents continue to increase, and available space
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How will growth in the energy industry impact U.S. real estate in years to come?

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The U.S. energy boom will have a significant, long-term impact on real estate across multiple sectors and property types. In fact, our experts predict that it could spur the country’s next economic renaissance. View the infographic below to see our real estate forecast in response to energy industry growth.

Lightning in the forecast

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​Retail real estate development grows with energy sector

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US cities with strong energy industries have experienced increased employment and burgeoning housing demand. This means retail real estate development is on the rise as well. View the infographic below to see how these factors combine, and what markets are seeing the greatest brick-and-mortar growth as a result.

Retail revival energy infographic

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JLL’s Most Expensive Streets Report: Avenue of the Stars makes the cut at #8

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Streets in California, New York and Washington, DC top the list

What city comes top of mind when you think of high rent – for both residential and office space? New York City? You might be surprised to learn the country’s Most Expensive Street for office space is in a San Francisco… Read More

Q2 U.S. Office Outlook: Office vacancy continues to fall as rents grow for the 10th consecutive quarter

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JLL Research just released its quarterly outlook on the U.S. office sector. The growing strength of the economic base helped position the domestic office market in its best light in more than two years.

Driven by increased touring velocity and expanding leasing activity, vacancy levels fell below 17.0 percent for the first time in nearly five years. Quarterly absorption levels topped 10.0 million square feet for the first time since the end

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