According to a recent report released by the Computing Technology Industry Association, the average annual salary of a tech employee in Phoenix was $98,870 in 2016. Workers employed in the Phoenix tech sector earn nearly twice the average metro area salary of $50,200.
Arizona ranked ninth nationally with 48.3 percent of all tech… Read More
The average asking rent in Metro Phoenix reached $24.91 per square foot (Full Service Gross) in in the first quarter of 2017. Asking rents have increased 4.9 percent from one year ago and have surged 22.8 percent since 2012.
Phoenix asking rents are still 7.1 percent below the pre-recession peak of $26.82 set… Read More
Even with more than 1.1 million square feet of new space delivered in the first quarter of the year, average asking rents for Phoenix office product has increased to the highest level in nine years, according to the JLL’s Q1 2017 Phoenix Office Insight report released. Reaching $24.91 per-square-foot, today’s Phoenix office rent average is just 7.1 percent lower than the pre-recession high of $26.82, set in Q4 2007.
Three projects the Phoenix office of JLL was involved in were honored at the 2017 RED (Real Estate Development) Awards last week.
Discovery Business Campus – Building 94
Discovery Business Campus – Building 94was honored as an Infill project. Discovery Business Campus is now a 136-acre master-planned business park with Class ‘A’ office, retail, flex office and hospitality components located at the northwest corner of Loop 101 and Elliot Road in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to our involvement, the… Read More
According to INRIX Global Traffic Scorecard, traffic congestion cost drivers in the United States nearly $300 billion in 2016, or an average of $1,400 per driver. Phoenix and Detroit tied for the lowest cost of congestion among… Read More
Mega deals in the net lease U.S. office sector propelled sales to record high volumes in the fourth quarter of 2016, including boosts in sale leaseback and corporate buyback activity. However, limited retail activity and a slowdown in industrial deal flow brought overall net lease volumes down 18.6 percent at year-end. Pricing diverged across sectors as office cap rates saw mild compression, industrial pricing stabilized, and fourth quarter retail cap rates started to soften… Read More
We are proud to recognize these outstanding professionals for their commitment to developing enduring client relationships built on excellent service, collaboration and trust.
From left to right, top to bottom:
Pat Williams, Senior Managing Director
Andrew Medley, Managing Director
John Bonnell, Managing Director
Tony Lydon, Managing Director
Marc Hertzberg, Managing Director
John P. Cunningham, Executive Vice President
Charles… Read More
Big deals from major players, new economic and regulatory policy, and strategic cloud adoption are changing the game for data centers—from pricing models to location selection tactics, and everything in between. View the slideshow below to learn the top five data center trends to watch for in 2017.
Click here to read more about Phoenix and U.S. data center sector trends in JLL’s 2017 Data Center Perspective.