Tag Archives: high-tech

Phoenix tech sector continues to thrive

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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… Read More

Optimism returning to Phoenix’s Industrial market

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Honsaker-blogNOTE: The following post originally appeared in Western Real Estate Business Magazine.

By Bill Honsaker
Managing Director, Industrial
Jones Lang LaSalle

Compared to prior years, 2013 was a time of caution for the Phoenix industrial market. We’d just come off of three years of many large national and global users recognizing the vulnerability of Phoenix’s industrial inventory and taking advantage of those fundamentals to strengthen… Read More

U.S. High-tech Office Outlook 2013: Clustering continues across the country

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High-tech report

JLL’s newly-released U.S. High-tech Office Outlook indicates High-tech services employment growth beats U.S. employment growth by 2.2 times, driving office real estate demand in key markets across the country. No signs of a bubble here: conservative funding, stable IPO activity, and accelerator and incubator launch pads stabilize growth.

Phoenix is an emerging technology

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State of Phoenix’s industrial market

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Anthony-WREBAnthony Lydon, National Director, Supply Chain and Logistics, recently sat down with Western Real Estate Business magazine to share his perspective on the state of the industrial market. Here is an excerpt from that Q&A.

Q: What are the biggest industrial trends occuring in your market?

A: Between new speculative development and design-build projects, construction is the key force driving the Phoenix industrial market forward. Because of this… Read More