Monthly Archives: July 2018

Optimistic outlook for Oakland

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July 30, 2019

By: Kat Billingsley, Research Analyst, JLL

The City of San Francisco is inching closer to Prop M limitations while new developments are leasing up. According to JLL’s “Impact of Prop M” report for July 2018, only two million square feet of office space is available in the current allocation period, with almost nine million square feet pending approval. If nothing new is added to the queue, it will take years… Read More

Is there an automated future for logistics?

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July 23, 2018

By: Greg Matter, Managing Director, JLL

The $700 billion a year trucking industry is a vital component of any company’s logistics strategy and is responsible for moving about 70 percent of all freight tonnage in the U.S. Last year, total business spending on logistics in this country rose 6.2 percent to $1.5 trillion. Industry costs are rising, largely due to increased demand, higher fuel prices and, most importantly, a growing… Read More

The implications of San Francisco’s Proposition C

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July 16, 2018

By: Wes Powell, International Director & Tom Poser, Executive Vice President

The expected passage of Proposition C will impact building owners, investors and tenants. The tax will increase the gross receipts tax paid by the landlord, directly increasing their operating expenses. Real estate owners already fund a significant portion of the city’s tax revenue. On average, San Francisco generates $300-$400 million from transfer tax and nearly $2 billion in property… Read More

If you’re a CFO, are you prepared for a disaster?

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July 9, 2018

By Joel Hirigoyen,Vice President 

Fire. Flood. Earthquake. As company CFO, are these events what keep you awake at night worrying about potential business disruptors? How about a prolonged power outage?   

What about your computer system being invaded by a malicious actor, either to steal information or to install ransomware? What if your cloud-based platform has a single point of failure that you overlooked?    

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