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Chart of the Week: Local Office Market Leader Board

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By: Walter Bialas

Despite a slow start to 2016, we can’t forget the great strides we’ve made in our local office market.

While Jordan lost his focus on the 12th, our local market continues to be pretty robust.  The chart below highlights the submarket leaders.

Amazing to note that Uptown’s vacancy has declined by almost 11-percentage points since the end of the recession – and that Far North Dallas, Richardson – Plano, and Las… Read More

Chart of the Week: While high, DFW’s industrial pipeline still reasonable

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By: Walter Bialas

Now that the first quarter industrial numbers are compiled and published, we’ve had an opportunity to take a look at how DFW is stacking up.  Overall, vacancy is still near the low point and rent pressures continue.

The one number that does jump out is our construction pipeline.  At 24 million SF, we are at the top of what we have seen historically.  We can counter the high level of… Read More

Chart of the Week: Annual Office Trends Show Dallas Market on Track for 2016

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By: Steve Triolet

First quarter numbers were recently officially released, which has caused a great deal of discussion in regard to net absorption, which came in much lower (approximately 165,000 sf) than many people anticipated, given the 4.8 million square of net absorption we saw in 2015.  The thing about net absorption is that it’s irregular and can swing widely from one quarter to the next, unlike vacancy or rental rates which move… Read More

Dallas’ Construction and Demand

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Contributor: Walter Bialis

JLL recently released a report examining the top 50 local office markets and their development pipelines, entitled “Supply rut, or supply glut?” Reports like this can get pretty complicated as many factors are weighed to compile the final rankings. In the case of Dallas, the report concluded that the current and future supply of office space would “exceed” demand, and this would help ease market conditions, giving tenants a… Read More

Drop and give us 22

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For the past 12 years Entrepreneurs for North Texas (EFNT) has organized events to bring the North Texas community together on September 11 for Freedom Day.  It’s an inspiring day of service to honor the lives tragically lost on September 11, 2001.  Last year JLL Dallas joined the efforts and painted the halls of the Atwell School in south Dallas.

JLL Managing Director Steve Thelen said, “It was a rewarding and memorable day, so of… Read More

Q&A with JLL’s Jeff Eckert and Blake Shipley

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Commercial real estate is a dynamic and cyclical industry.  Here landlord leasing experts Jeff Eckert and Blake Shipley analyze the trends that are driving leasing activity and the changing landscape of the office market.

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Q: People in the commercial real estate industry continue to reference Dallas’ historic over-building pattern in the office sector. Do you see thisRead More

Fresh concepts in the urban core

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JLL's Mark Newman

JLL’s Mark Newman

Last October when Gables Residential announced that its new development in Uptown would be anchored by a Whole Foods Market, it probably surprised and thrilled the 20-somethings living in the trendy neighborhood. But it doesn’t take long to figure out why the Austin-based grocer would move into our urban core, engage street… Read More

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