Monthly Archives: February 2016

When a Picture Paints a Thousand Words

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By: JLL Staff Writer

Construction barricades are a safety necessity for building owners when renovating their lobbies, but they are usually not very attractive.  In fact, most are downright boring.  What’s more, passers-by — as well as building owners and tenants — are forced to look at the bland, whitewashed barriers for months on end.

Building owner Vanbarton Group and JLL solved that problem when they devised a plan for 301 Howard Street,… Read More

Urban in-migration and inner-ring suburban overspill in Sacramento

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By: John Sheaffer, Senior Analyst

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Not unlike many other US markets, midtown and downtown Sacramento have benefited from recent population growth, primarily fueled by millennials and baby boomers increasingly eschewing the suburbs for a more urban lifestyle. Regional employers have begun to… Read More