Category Archives: Research

NBC DFW: Companies Wonder ‘Where are the Nerds?’

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By JLL Dallas 

According to JLL Research, established tenants in North Texas and those companies interested in relocating look at the labor supply landscape across DFW in order to be as close as possible to the right labor pools.

JLL Research Director Steven McCord spoke to NBC 5’s Diana Zoga about one of the more coveted… Read More

Building Out Fort Worth – Traditional space to open design and beyond

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By Valle Caldwell

We’re in an interesting time here in Fort Worth.

City officials have done a great job of increasing awareness about the opportunities and benefits for companies to establish a presence here. We’re attracting the attention of many newer, trendier national companies interested in moving to North Texas. Fort Worth Betsy Price herself has been quoted as saying our city has one… Read More

Big Apple to Big D: How is Downtown Dallas becoming more like NYC?

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By Brooke Armstrong

We’ve been talking about Uptown for a long time. A lot of positive trends, like “live-work-play” environment, amenity rich, walkability. Everybody wants to be a part of it. As this cycle starts to peak, it seems safe to say the submarket has truly arrived.

In fact, JLL recently published a study that noted McKinney Avenue as the 14th most expensive street in… Read More

The growth and transformation of Allen

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By Walter Bialas

Despite the ups and downs of the national economy, the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex expands.  I find it hard to believe that at the beginning of the tech boom in the 1990s, our job base totaled 2.6 million versus 3.7 million today.  At that time, our telecom corridor was rapidly expanding and Legacy was in its toddler years. Those 1.1 million new jobs fueled the expansion and creation of many… Read More

NBC DFW: JLL Research – DFW Business Owners Experiencing 30% Hike in Rent

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By JLL Dallas

According to the latest research from JLL, the Dallas-Fort Worth market is seeing historic rents and vacancies with new companies and businesses making their way to North Texas. Over the last five years, businesses have also seen a 30% increase in their rents.

NBC DFW’s Maria Guerrero spoke with JLL Executive Vice President Brooke Armstrong to learn more about what’s driving these changes in… Read More

How will XTO’s move impact Fort Worth’s office market?

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By Todd Burnette

This article was originally written for the October 2017 issue of Texas Real Estate Business magazine.

The recent announcement that XTO Energy Inc., a division of energy giant ExxonMobil, will be moving 1,600 jobs to Houston was not the best news for Fort Worth.

The move, which will occur in waves between 2018 and 2020, will reduce downtown’s private workforce… Read More

Inside out: Connecting the core of the CBD to the Arts District and Uptown

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By Brooke Armstrong

Dallas Skyline properties are evolving, morphing themselves into a ‘live, work, play’ environment, with new developments and capital improvements to established assets generating strong interest in the CBD and nearby Uptown for perspective tenants and investors, alike.

Our solid economic fundamentals, strong employment pool and continued job gains are driving… Read More

Dallas-Fort Worth’s Diverse Industrial Market

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By JLL Dallas Research

While we tout the diversity that characterizes our office tenants here in Dallas-Fort Worth because of the strength and stability it brings, our industrial tenant base shares a similar diverse make-up.

The chart below highlights the breakdown of industrial tenants by major Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) category, illustrating the wide variety of tenants that shape our market.  We have also included some of the more recognizable tenants that fall… Read More

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 –… Read More