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Opportunities within the Challenges

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By: Craig Jones, SIORCraig headshot

The industrial market in Dallas-Fort Worth is on the cusp of something huge.

As our team starts to wind down the first quarter and look at trends leading into the second, we’re seeing a tremendous amount of activity on the development side, the new project-side and from the tenants in the market. As I was enjoying Spring Break with my family, my mind… Read More

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Inside the Project: Audio / Visual at CoreLogic

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By JLL Project and Development Services

The increasing role of technology in enabling employee collaboration is pushing the incorporation of Audio / Visual Systems into the early stages of build-out planning.

A recent collaboration with CoreLogic on the development of their Dallas campus provided JLL’s Project and Development Services team the opportunity to assist with the company’s goal of transforming into a modern property information, analytics and services brand.

“Our mission is to find and offer solutions… Read More

Dallas-Fort Worth Meeting Growing Data Center Demand

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By: Curt Holcomb 

There’s never been this much data center development happening at once in DFW, ever. The demand for colocation space is at an all-time high, and enterprise companies are almost universally outsourcing their data centers to colocation providers in Dallas-Fort Worth and throughout the US. The growing concentration of corporate offices for Fortune 1000 companies has played a huge factor in attracting attention to DFW.  This, coupled… Read More

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The Power of Millennial Money

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By: JLL Dallas Research

Recently, a map had been circulating online that noted the average salaries of millennials in each state.  Because the state-to-state differences were pretty minor, we decided to investigate further and look into what this really meant to working millennials in major metro areas.

To start, we pulled incomes for working millennials (ages 25-34 years) in the major metro areas in the US.  The initial results showed the obvious – that average incomes… Read More

Chart of the Week: DFW Industrial Rent Growth Cycles

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By  Walter Bialas

A couple of weeks ago, we posted a chart showing office rent growth over time in Dallas. We got such strong positive feedback, we thought we’d showcase the same for industrial.

Interestingly, the numbers come out a bit different.  Whereas office is still at or still close to peak increases, rent gains for the industrial sector have come off their 2014 and 2015 peaks and begun to moderate for the majority of submarkets.  Given… Read More

Chart of the Week: Job Growth Remains Consistent in Dallas-Fort Worth

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By  Walter Bialas

Job gains continue pretty much unabated in our market.  We watch these numbers closely for any sign of slowing, and there simply has not been any trace.

The most recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has Dallas-Fort Worth adding 117,000 jobs on an annualized basis.  That equates to a 3.4% growth rate, twice that of the US.  DFW also accounts for 63% of overall Texas job gains in the last year.

What’s more… Read More

DFW is Primed for Retail Growth and ICSC Texas

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By  Mark Newman 

Very few things stir the retail industry quite like the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) deal making conferences. These conferences are where deals get done and companies plant or strengthen roots in markets across the U.S.

In advance of the ICSC Texas Conference & Deal Making event, let’s take a look at what makes Dallas-Fort Worth such a vibrant and viable market and how… Read More

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Chart of the Week: DFW Office Rent Growth Cycles

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By  Walter Bialas

Our research team adapted a new way to highlight the multifamily rent growth over the last several years to provide a unique visual of our local office market.

What you see below is “annual” rent for Class A & B office space across our submarkets going back to 2000.  We colored the last few years so they would stand out against the backdrop of the prior years.  Interestingly, except for a couple of submarkets… Read More

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Chart of the Week: “Re-urbanizing” Downtown Dallas

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By  Walter Bialas

Last week, I saw an interesting article in the Urban Land Institute’s magazine on the re-urbanization of downtown Los Angeles.  The article did a nice job pointing out the changes that have been taking place in LA and identifying the ingredients for success.  These included a resurgence in housing, critical to enlivening the streets, new commercial development, and reinvestment in the community.

We have been seeing similar changes here in Dallas.  Importantly, change… Read More