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2014 North American Banking and Finance Outlook

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JLL’s second annual Banking and Finance Outlook is an in-depth look at the leading trends impacting the banking and financial services industry and their implications for the real estate market.

This report includes our view on how this industry is utilizing office space across 38 office markets in the U.S. and Canada.

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Q3 Industrial Highlights: Half of total construction is speculative

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JLL Research just released its quarterly highlights of the U.S. industrial sector – here are some key observations:

  • Speculative construction originally began on the West Coast and is now steadily increasing across the nation, notably in the Mid-West and Northeast – regions where the majority of tenant requirements are presently concentrated. Preliminary numbers have total construction
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JLL’s Most Expensive Streets Report: Camelback Road makes the cut at #34

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Most Expensive StreetsWhat 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 suburb, according to a research study released by Jones Lang LaSalle.  The… Read More

Q2 North America Industrial Outlook: Speculative construction is heating up

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Speculative construction is on the rise. Demand for modern space exceeds the current pipeline, meaning groundbreakings will increase. View the highlights video below and read the Q2 2013 North America Industrial Outlook for more detailed insight on supply and demand conditions as well as an analysis of over 40 local markets.

Tweet this: Speculative #construction is back! See how it’s influencing the #industrial market in #JLL’s new outlook report http://bit.ly/19h6bTN

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Investors are casting a wider net

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Retail transaction volume may have been down in the beginning of 2013, but now the market is busier than ever. JLL is predicting an uptick in retail investment sales by at least 10 percent in 2013, with investors who had formerly been focused on Class A properties moving up the risk spectrum to those B and C assets in search of higher yields. JLL breaks down who’s buying, where, and why.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpXP_LfHCQs&list=PLA4033257B0454FE4&index=1

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Cargo volumes are steady as she goes; infrastructure work will call the ships to port in the next two years

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U.S. Seaport Outlook 2013

Seaports are focused on enhancing their infrastructure to attract ocean carriers, while industrial users want access to population centers and supply chain optimization. Both are positioning themselves to compete and vie for market share, and this is creating excellent momentum for industrial real estate.

Eastern seaboard ports are preparing for the completion… Read More

A solid run of absorption and rent growth will set the pace for 2013

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Industrial Outlook HeaderQ1 2013 North America Industrial Outlook 

More development, absorption on par with pre-recession levels and higher asking rental rates is the collective story for the U.S.  Active tenant requirements for modern space exceed supply, meaning construction starts will increase and the trickledown effect to B-caliber space is here to stay.

China’s manufacturing hourly wages are… Read More