Category Archives: JLL

Cryptocurrency is rolling in the deep

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May 16, 2018

By: Brittan Hawken, JLL

Preface

Cryptocurrency and blockchain, the ledger technology behind most cryptocurrency, is having a dynamic and disruptive effect on many aspects of the commercial real estate sector. In a series of blogs, we take a look at the latest developments in crypto and blockchain and delve into the areas of commercial real estate where they are having the biggest impact.

Cryptocurrency performance

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Inclusion is the better business disruptor

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May 10, 2018

By: Candy Ramirez, JLL

A new white paper titled Diversity: The Business Advantage reinforces what recent reports by organizations like the Center for Talent Innovation, accounting firm Grant Thornton and academic journal the Harvard Business Review have also said: diversity and inclusion fuel innovation and help drive growth and success for companies in today’s business environment.

“For the third straight year, the National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) declared JLL the… Read More

Planning an Agile Workplace? Here’s some things you need to know.

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April 17, 2018

By: Linda Kramer, Occupancy Planning, JLL & Katie Rodrigues, Workplace Strategy, JLL

Agile methodology used to be the sole domain of computing and IT departments. Today, the concept has spread to working in general—including the workplaces in which the work is performed. So, when you’re thinking about the future of work, agility should be top of mind.

Formation before function

Agile methodology was conceived as a management concept to speed IT projects, such… Read More

Frugal, fresh and floorplates define Northern California’s 2018 grocery sector

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April 11, 2018

By: Jeff Badstubner, Senior Vice President, Retail Market Lead, JLL

Growth in Northern California’s grocery retail sector has been a “start and stop” affair in the last two years, following some tectonic regional shifts in 2015, most notably the $9 billion acquisition of Pleasanton-based Safeway by Albertsons. High construction and labor costs in the Bay Area have shown no signs of abating and this, as well as physical and psychological… Read More

What does your headquarter office say about your company?

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April 5, 2018

By: Rich Branning, Managing Director, JLL

Remember when you were in the last couple of years of high school and you started to plan ‘the campus visit’?  Is there a better way to figure out which college suits you best?

Even today, when prospective students can tour sitting at their… Read More

March Madness: Leadership, creativity, street smarts and risk-taking

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March 13, 2018

By: Rich Branning, Managing Director, JLL

Oh boy, it’s that time of the year again: MARCH MADNESS! The brackets are out. I’m ready for tip-off.

This year is a bit different though. Just before the four best prepared teams head to San Antonio for the Final Four (March 31-April 2) I’ll be celebrating a poignant anniversary. On March 25, it will be exactly 40 years since my teammates and I celebrated… Read More

Think globally, give locally

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December 10, 2017

By: Tom Poser, Executive Vice President, JLL

This is the time of the year when our thoughts and actions turn toward others. After all, it’s known as the Season of Sharing.

Being a good corporate citizen is one of JLL’s primary ambitions as a firm. In fact, the firm was recently ranked first among financial, insurance and real estate companies in Corporate Responsibility magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens list.

Giving back to the… Read More

Tech-by-the-Bay: Less of a bubble, more of an economic revolution

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November 28, 2017

 By: Steffen Kammerer, Senior Vice President, JLL

JLL’s latest report on Tech Office Trends shows the Bay Area’s continuing dominance as a global center of innovation.

This may be news to some of you reading this, but the revered “three dot” Chronicle columnist Herb Caen christened San Francisco “Baghdad-by-the-Bay” because of its diversity and multiculturalism. While that diversity still exists, if he were alive today I’d like to think he’d propose… Read More

Cool cribs aren’t just for techies

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September 19, 2017

By: Alex Holton, Senior Vice President, LEED AP BD+C, JLL

Our data for this is purely anecdotal, but San Francisco has perhaps the highest density of coolest office spaces of any city in America.  Just flip through any number of ‘Cool Spaces’ blogs and features or scroll through tech websites like Cnet or Wired or Techcrunch and you’ll see the evidence. There’s also entire websites dedicated to showcasing cool office… Read More

Silicon Valley View Part 1

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July 20, 2016

By: Christan Basconcillo, Research Manager, JLL

Despite a new report card on the region’s economic health calling out traffic congestion and housing affordability as two of the biggest problems facing Silicon Valley’s growth track, its reputation as the premier innovation hub in the world seems secure, at least for the foreseeable future.

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