Monthly Archives: May 2016

Farewell cubeland, hello comfort [VIDEO]

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May 27, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

Sitting desks, standing desks, treadmill desks, exercise ball desks – which of these will work best for your company? Better yet, which one will work best for you?

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Explore these fads, plus many more on JLL’s new workplace site, OfficeRenew.com – dedicated to keeping you informed with the stats, tools and research around what makes a workplace great. Dive in to the latest workplace conundrum now… Read More

Need More Time in Your Day? Here’s How to Make Some

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May 16, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

The hardest part of almost any job is managing time in a way that enhances productivity but doesn’t ruin the work-life balance.  A recent study conducted by the Swedish government concluded that for some workers, reducing the workday to six hours (from eight) resulted in higher productivity. Workers who took part in the year-long study were sick less often and also less likely to… Read More

Privacy — A rare office commodity [VIDEO]

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By: JLL Staff Writer – May 20, 2016

Do you struggle with finding a quiet place? Work is stressful enough without the distraction of other conversations, but in the shift to modern, open office concepts, privacy can be a challenge. What workplace solutions should you consider when seeking the balance between collaboration and privacy?

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Standoff – A conference room conundrum [VIDEO]

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By: JLL Staff Writer – May 13, 2016

Collaboration space is pivotal for productivity. But if your office space doesn’t have enough, it’s more likely to support combat than collaboration. How can workplace design support interactions and increase your productivity? 

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Explore these fads, plus many more on JLL’s new workplace site, OfficeRenew.com – dedicated to keeping you informed with the stats, tools and research around what makes a workplace great.… Read More

Arena Anchors Downtown Sacramento Renaissance

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By: John Sheaffer, Senior Research Analyst

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Golden1 Center, the new $477 million arena for Sacramento’s NBA franchise, the Kings, won’t officially open until October, but it has already made an indelible mark on the fortunes of downtown Sacramento.

In fact, since the Kings’ construction team broke ground in October 2014, the real estate and businesses around… Read More

San Francisco’s Global Position

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research

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As technology advances and communication grows ever more rapid and pervasive, one inevitable result is that global business competition becomes even more intense. The competition between cities is even more so.  There are now 500 cities around the world boasting more than one… Read More

Industrial Buildings: Out with the Old, in with the New

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research

The industrial real estate market looks set to enjoy another great year in 2016.

Nationally, vacancy in warehouse-distribution, manufacturing and other industrial buildings was just 6.2 percent in Q1, which is 1.2 percent lower than it was in the last cycle (2008).  Between 2014 and the first quarter of 2016, net absorption… Read More

Cool Places to Take Your Client [for a drink] in… San Francisco

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By: Brittany Guarna-Martinez, Marketing Coordinator

When it’s five o’clock somewhere, and you are looking for a New (or Old) School place to take a client for a drink in San Francisco, consider checking out one of these five watering holes.

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Trick Dog:  A semi-finalist in this year’s James Beard Foundation Awards, Trick… Read More

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