Job growth in Florida slowed for the second straight month in April, with the state adding only 13,200 jobs from March to April. In addition, Florida’s payrolls have increased only 28,400 so far this year (non-seasonally adjusted) thanks in large part to a strong decline in jobs for the month of January – which is historically the case.
Entertainment and warehouses don’t typically coexist, but Florida is about to see a revolution in the way it thinks of industrial parks. With the rise of e-commerce fueling a surge in industrial demand, savvy developers are learning it takes more than picnic tables to keep tenants happy, especially in cases where the workforce is on property around the clock. This is giving way to a new type of asset where industrial space is being… Read More
“Own the change and create it.” John Gates, CEO, Markets, Americas kicked off the annual JLL Academy last month in San Diego. At Academy, current and future JLL leaders are given a chance to network and build relationships at every level of the organization, and develop new skills in an environment that fosters growth through mentorship.
To continue celebrating the accomplishments of our female leaders, we sat down with Florida’s woman-in-charge of all things marketing, for the next spotlight in our “Breaking Through” series. On the heels of impressive industry, peer and media recognition, Cecile Blanco, VP, director of marketing for Florida, shares her best advice and the struggles she overcame to get where she is today. Every quarter, “Breaking Through” articles feature JLL’s leading women professionals providing mentorship advice to… Read More
We sat down with JLL Associate, Ryan Vaught, to learn about the challenges being presented in the Tampa industrial real estate market.What is the largest challenge facing Tampa’s industrial market today?
Year-end vacancy in the Tampa market is at an all-time low, most notably in Pinellas county. There is a clear lack of available space, and the small amount of space that is available is not of a high quality. For this reason, tenants are… Read More
We sat down with JLL Florida Research Manager Marc Miller to hear his thoughts on the trends that he believes will shape the commercial real estate industry in 2017. Here is what he said to keep an eye out for in the year ahead.
What are one to two trends that you predict will be the biggest to shape the CRE industry in 2017?
The growing trend toward next day/same day delivery will have a profound effect on Florida’s industrial sector in… Read More
JLL gathers expert panel to discuss diversity & inclusion
Over the next few years, businesses large and small will find themselves in a talent war. As eligible, skilled candidates grow harder to recruit and retain, it will be critical for companies to become more diverse and inclusive.
With this in mind, JLL’s Florida Women’s Business Network brought together a panel of experts to have an engaging dialogue on how organizations can position themselves for long-term success by building a diverse talent pool.
In celebration of the accomplishments of our female leaders, we sat down with Barbara Liberatore Black who is part of JLL’s leadership in South Florida to kick off our “Breaking Through” series. Quarterly “Breaking Through” articles will feature JLL’s leading women professionals providing mentorship advice to women in business.
When Barbara got her start in… Read More
An uncertain economic forecast is driving law firms to take a hard look at one of their largest expenses: real estate. Given that Florida continues to be a landlord market, law firms must overcome more challenges than ever to negotiate the best possible lease rates and terms.
JLL’s 2016 U.S. Law Firm Real Estate report surveyed all major national and local submarket trends to identity the key trends influencing law firm office leasing. We dug into… Read More
Tech is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S. Its impact has spilled over into almost every sector, including commercial real estate. As JLL’s latest tech report, the 2016 Tech Outlook, points out: technology remains the leading industry for real estate expansion in the United States and has quickly become a key economic driver in many cities.
The report highlights ten trends that… Read More