Category Archives: Office Tenant Representation

AmerisourceBergen breaks ground on new campus

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By JLL Dallas

AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group Executive Vice President and President James Frary addresses the crowd.

International healthcare company AmerisourceBergen broke ground Thursday on their new regional headquarters in Carrollton, Texas.

Upon its completion, the 300,000-square-foot campus at Austin Ranch will house the company’s Specialty Group of approximately 3,000 employees.

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Large Blocks of Quality Class A Space

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By Walter Bialas

The chart below highlights the current level of large Class A blocks of office space available by submarket. We consistently track this metric, and it has not moved appreciably in the last few quarters. That is not to say demand has been lacking. In fact, most of the recent absorption has been taking place in the newest developments.

The issue here is that a good portion of the space highlighted below is in… Read More

Dallas-Fort Worth Office Market – 2016 Mid-Year Review and Outlook

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By: JLL Dallas

JLL Managing Director Jeff Eckert and Research Director Walter Bialas discuss JLL’s 2016 Mid-Year Skyline Report and how continued job growth is impacting office sub-markets across Dallas-Fort Worth.

2016 Mid-Year Review and Outlook

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chart of the Week: Legacy Town Center Development Shaping the Environment

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By: Walter Bialas Bialas, Walter new

Several of our team, across brokerage, labor analytics, GIS, and research are now evaluating the near- and longer- term impacts of the growth coming to Legacy.

While this work is still in process, the chart below looks at greater Legacy and benchmarks growth for office, retail, and multifamily.  Based on our analysis, we can quantify that the new development will bring 20,000 jobsRead More

An Interactive Look at Q2 2016 Dallas Office Market Statistics

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By: JLL Dallas ResearchDallas Office Buildings

JLL’s Dallas Research team has provided insight and analysis on the Dallas office market through the first half of 2016.

While vacancy has been ticking up, the market is still tight by Dallas standards. The report notes that net absorption was low in the first quarter, but was much stronger in the second.

Through the first half of the year, there

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Chart of the Week: A closer look at Dallas’ Skyline

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By: Walter Bialas Bialas, Walter new

When I arrived here three-and-a-half years ago, Klyde Warren Park just opened.  That was a game changer that we all recognized.  Our urban core has continued to evolve as occupancy has increased in many buildings and rents are now pushing the $50 per square foot level. Our Skyline buildings comprise a variety of assets, from large skyscrapers built in the prosperous 1970s and 1980s to… Read More

Three Keys to Success in Real Estate

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By: Torrey Littlejohn Littlejohn, Torrey

When talking to newcomers in real estate I always attribute success in the industry to a combination of the following: who you know (relationships), what you know (knowledge), and how you work (availability, productivity, and efficiency). The “who you know,” unfortunately, often is not fair; get over it. Some people will come into this industry with generations of real estate DNA. It’s Dallas, and… Read More

Chart of the Week: Where the Dallas Market Goes From Here

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By: Walter Bialas Bialas, Walter new

As a quick review of our first and second installments on Dallas’ office market development, what we have concluded is that the current cycle is very different than the last two – and that is going back 20 years.

Today, our economy has vastly different drivers shaping our market. While our last cycle is instructive, it was not typical due to the much lower office constructionRead More

Chart of the Week: As Dallas’ Current Office Pipeline Ramps Up… a Bit of History

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By: Walter Bialas

The question has been coming up often these days about where office development stands in this cycle.  A recent D Real Estate blog post articulated this question, but came up short of an answer.  From our perspective, the office construction pipeline is beginning to feel pretty frothy.  In the last few week we’ve updated our under construction / soon to break ground numbers a few times a week – and that number… Read More

Adaptive Reuse – Innovatively Transforming Our Built Environment

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By: Walter Bialas

In anticipation of this blog, I started thinking about exactly what was “innovation”.  Of course it is often a new method or idea that can revolutionize – be it a tool or a process, it is commonly applied to technology these days.  Innovation is much more than that.  Social innovation can transform the way we look at the world – and disruptive innovation, in its truest sense, can turn what we know… Read More