Yearly Archives: 2014

The state of the economy and office market in Florida is much stronger than one year ago

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A closer look at the Florida office market – Q3 2014. The positive momentum continued across Florida during the third quarter of 2014 as 202,500 jobs were added over the last 12 months, a year-over-year gain of 2.7 percent.

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Downtown Orlando

The six primary metro areas had compelling growth adding over three fourths of these statewide jobs in the past year.

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JLL’s Law Firm Perspective report shows that Miami led all major U.S. markets in growth in legal service

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Space reduction continues to guide the office strategy for the U.S. legal sector, with firms giving up an average of 17 percent of their space upon relocating in 2014. Office leasing transactions for the sector have seen a consistent trim this year as 15 of the top 17 U.S. law firm leasing transactions were rightsizing moves, according to JLL’s newly released Law Firm Perspective.

Every building tells a story…

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…and every project inspires a solution

Check out the video below to see what is trending and how JLL’s project and development services team has collaborated with clients to create inspirational spaces.

With over 60+ projects included, from hotel renovations to a museum exhibit installation, our project management team closely works with each client to make each program a success.

See what’s possible: http://www.us.jll.com/pdsbook

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The 2014 Port, Airport & Global Infrastructure (PAGI) Research Report is out

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A distinctive analysis of seaport-centric industrial space in gateway U.S. real estate markets

Observing the influence of global economic drivers, including trade and cargo flows, socioeconomic and political factors, as well as port capacity and infrastructure investment, the report provides both a macro overview of current trends impacting the domestic sector in addition to detailed information on major seaports. Read the full report here.    

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Full steam ahead on the Panama Canal Expansion

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Amid significant challenges the Panama Canal Expansion project moves forward

Given the magnitude of the Panama Canal expansion project, there were bound to be some obstacles, as was the case when the United States built the Canal a century ago. Instead of mudslides and malaria, the new challenges are centered around a financial dispute, with the consortium of European construction firms (GUPC), and the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) butting heads over who should pay the… Read More