Every year The Phoenix Business Journal recognizes 40 young business leaders for efforts in their community and companies. The candidates are evaluated on business success, community involvement, leadership ability and influence. The honorees come from various industries and will join more than 680 alumni that have been recognized over the years. Yesterday, JLL’s Managing Director Andrew Medley was one of these honorees.
A growing swell of global capital is chasing fewer property assets. This is pushing prices up and yields down, but real estate investors appear undeterred. Should the world be worried about another property bubble?
For many involved in the business of buying and selling global real estate, the memory of 2007 is fresh.
As today’s commercial property prices and yields begin to exceed the levels seen in the months leading up to the crisis, concern is mounting in some quarters of the global economy that this property cycle is reaching its peak.
New numbers from JLL, which track the movement of money around the world’s property markets, show soaring demand for commercial real estate and unrelenting investor appetite.… Read More
While core investment is trending up in secondary markets, primary markets and expanding large deal activity are driving office investment. The following are highlights from the Office section of JLL’s Q2 U.S. Investment Outlook.
Leasing activity surges as scientific and technical… Read More
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The Phoenix Business Journal featured JLL Phoenix’s John Cunningham in their article ‘Apartment development wave may have crested.’
John Cunningham, Executive Vice President, Multifamily, was interviewed on the current downturn in the post-recession multifamily market. He was featured sharing his thoughts on how Phoenix is viewed as a value market where landlord and investors can buy more for… Read More
Global competitive shifts bring new players and regions to the forefront of the Life Sciences industry
Notable shifts and surges in industry activity have been the recent norm for Life Sciences. Big players have made moves to become more nimble. While small to medium sized companies have made steady headway into the marketplace. Globally, the U.S. still leads the world in R&D… Read More
Perspective by John Bonnell, Managing Director, Agency Leasing and Jackie Hines, Group Manager, Property Management
In Phoenix, owners with LEED certified buildings can capture a premium of 29 percent over buildings without this distinction.
A year ago, tenants were not willing to pony up the additional dollars associated with being in a green… Read More
The fight for talent. The race toward growth. The need for funding. The speed of innovation. These trends are top influencers in the tech industry and also have major impacts on your real estate strategy.
Get the latest insights on:
- Largest U.S. Internet IPOs
- The impact of unicorns on commercial real estate
- Rental rates and growth patterns of the tech industry
Click to tweet: Some #tech companies aim to go public while others seek $1B… Read More
The fight for tech talent. The race toward growth. The need for funding. The speed of innovation. These trends are top influencers in the tech industry and also have major impacts on a tech company’s real estate strategy.
These trends are top influencers in the tech industry, and also have major impacts on a tech company’s real estate strategy.
Our series of infographics will dive into each of… Read More
In a recent productivity study of 32,000 employees, almost half of them admitted to performing “below par” and not being as fully engaged as they could be. The study found that employee engagement is affected by 1) corporate culture, leadership and the relationship between employees and managers; and 2) the physical work environment. Other field studies show that a workplace environment… Read More