Tag Archives: San Francisco Market

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

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

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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  • Total sublease space on the market in the city approaches levels
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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

It’s Different This Time: San Francisco’s Commercial Real Estate Bubble

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By: Hudson Smythe, Vice President

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By every measure, San Francisco’s commercial real estate market is on fire, and the tech industry continues to fuel it.  Tech companies occupy 25% of San Francisco’s office inventory and yet are accountable for 70% of the city’s net occupancy growth.  The health of the tech economy and that… Read More

How long can the good times roll?

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President, Director of Research

We’ve been lucky to experience such a booming economy for the past few years in the Bay Area, but this boom is leading to some growing pains. Technology is expanding like gangbusters; people from around the world are migrating here to jump into the industry, high-tech startups and giants alike are expanding into office space, and all the best brunch places seem to have never-ending… Read More

Another strong year of net absorption predicted for San Francisco in 2015

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President / Director of Research

san-francisco_1120San Francisco recorded four years of positive net absorption in excess of one million square feet from 2011 through 2014 totaling more than six million square feet—the longest streak on record since the period from 1987 to 1990. Additionally, since Q3 2010, the market’s recorded 17 consecutive quarters of positive net absorption totaling more than 6.7 million… Read More