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KTVU: Oakland’s boat lifting on San Francisco’s rising tide

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July 13, 2016

By: Kristina Sanderson, Marketing Director, JLL

The economic growth we’ve seen in the Bay Area in the last five years has driven demand for office space throughout the region, with tech leading that trend. San Francisco and Silicon Valley have captured the lion’s share of this demand, but with little space left in those markets, tenants are now looking to Oakland and the East Bay to expand.

Amber Schiada, Vice President and… Read More

Ability to implement office design critical – on par with price and location

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June 29, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

Office design that appeals to an employee’s non-work self, has open and flexible workspace options, and uses natural materials is important for companies in San Francisco to consider. The ability to implement these current trends is as critical, if not equal to, price and location. The Skyline report examines local insights on office supply, demand, leverage and investment.

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The Sharing Society

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June 27, 2016

By: Julia Georgules, Director of Research, Office & Phil Ryan, Senior Research Analyst

We’re witnessing a significant shift in the way people work and where they get work done today.  The rise of entrepreneurialism and a growing contingent workforce is leading small businesses and freelancers to turn to shared workspaces as an alternative to the traditional office – and its accompanying lease.

Yes, freelancers aren’t just writers, they are business consultants, graphic designers,… Read More

We are Technology

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June 13, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

In a recent interview, JLL Northwest market director Elizabeth Hearle pointed to the pace of technological change as one of the biggest challenges facing the commercial real estate sector. She’s clearly not alone in that view.  Even outside the world of real estate, there is much to suggest that adoption of technology is speeding up.

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San Francisco Office Market Costs in Two PowerPoint Slides

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June 8, 2016

By: Todd C. Burns, President, Project and Development Services

Earlier this month, JLL released its updated report on construction costs and trends in the U.S.  Not surprisingly, costs to build office space in San Francisco are still rising and are now on a par with Boston and Chicago, though still trail New York City.

However, as the slides below show, San Francisco landlords are able to ask for rents now on a par… Read More

Trending: Apartment buildings near BART stations could soar in value

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By: Stephen Jackson, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets – Multifamily

Living close to – or within reasonable walking distance – of a BART station has become perhaps the crucial factor for Bay Area residents. More and more Bay Area companies report that employees are citing ease of commute as one of the primary factors when deciding on a job. Can they get to and from work quickly and efficiently on both… Read More

San Francisco Bay Area Office Market Overview: Q1 2016

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research

Despite concerns with global market volatility, Bay Area office markets started 2016 on a solid basis. We’ve included a review of the Q1 highlights for each of the five Bay Area markets below which tracked in our recent Office Outlook report.

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SAN FRANCISCO

  • Total sublease space on the market in the city approaches levels
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Is San Francisco’s Sublease Sky Falling? We think it’s unlikely, here’s why.

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research, JLL

Are we about to witness a sublease crisis in San Francisco’s office market?  We think it is unlikely in the near term.  Here’s why:

pexels-photo-29821Sublease space has increased, reaching 2.27MSF in the last week of March.  That’s up from an average of 1.5MSF throughout 2015. While any rise in sublease space is concerning and this amount of… Read More

Amid Hotel Boom, Rising Costs of Renovation Make Savings Hard to Find…..Unless You Have a Good Project Manager

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Dec 21, 2015

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

Owners of hotel properties in the San Francisco Bay Area face a conundrum:  the economy, buoyed by tech sector expansion, is pushing hotel occupancy and average daily room rates higher.  A study this summer conducted by Bloomberg showed that average room rates in San Francisco had leaped by 88 percent to $397 a night, making it the priciest destination among the world’s top financial centers. … Read More

Prioritizing Healthcare at JLL: Will Loftis

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By: The Registry – The Q

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Will Loftis, Vice President – Healthcare, PDS Northwest

Will Loftis is vice president and leader of healthcare project and development services at JLL for the northwest region, which includes Northern California. He works out of the firm’s offices in San Francisco. Before coming the global real estate services firm, he had been a design principal… Read More