Monthly Archives: January 2015

Understanding the supply & demand housing imbalance in SF

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By: Ruby Bolaria, Research Analyst

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It comes as no surprise to anyone in the Bay Area that we are in a housing crisis. San Francisco in particular is experiencing a massive housing shortage leading to a deficit of affordable options. Among other factors, there are structural forces partially responsible for restricting the supply of housing for decades –… Read More

FREE WEBINAR: Global manufacturing and foreign direct investment trends

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Join JLL consulting experts Matt Jackson, Shannon Curley and Rich Thompson for an in-depth and interactive discussion on how GLOBAL manufacturing foreign direct investment trends are impacting your industrial business. They will demo their cross border dynamic model tool and touch on hot topics such… Read More

A recession gone. A moratorium lifted. A long dormant region ready for growth.

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By: Elliot Williams, Research Manager

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After a six-year stalemate with no new development to speak of, the Natomas basin is poised for rapid growth following the decision by Congress to fund the remaining levee improvements needed to mitigate the flood risk that plagued the once vibrant region for years. With new flood zoning maps… Read More