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Prost! JLL brings authentic German flavor to Oktoberfest client event

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Jorg Mast, Senior Vice President, JLL

By JLL Dallas

When JLL Senior Vice President Jorg Mast, a native of Germany, was asked to bring the flavors of his home country to North Texas for a special client event, he relished the opportunity.

“Jeff attended my birthday and… Read More

Chart of the Week: Strategic Renovations Could Provide New Life to Established Multi-family Properties in DFW

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By: Walter Bialas drawings-179127629

Previously, we looked at the timing of the pipeline of multifamily units being delivered over the next couple of years in the metroplex.

One common feature of many of these units is that they are targeting the upscale renter.  Quite simply, given current land and construction

costs, this is the reality of pricing today – be it here in Dallas-Fort Worth or other major markets around the… Read More

Chart of the Week: Planning Ahead – A Look at DFW’s Multi-family Development Pipeline

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By: Walter Bialas 

It’s hard to miss the ongoing media attention about DFW’s apartment development pipeline. We decide to examine the sector to get a better sense of where the market stands in terms of recent deliveries and new product positioned to come on line.

We recognize that actual delivery dates are difficult to benchmark perfectly across so many properties.  Even with that, as we tally-up units completed in the first… Read More

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

Chart of the Week: New Urban Core Apartments Performing Well; Remain at Healthy Lease-Up Rate

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By: Walter Bialas

We continue to watch our local multifamily development market.  Because construction is still near all-time highs, it is good to take its pulse from time to time to understand market momentum and direction.

Last year, we profiled the CBD and Uptown areas and looked at how the newer properties (those delivered after 2000) were performing – as well as how lease-up and rent were faring in the newest deliveries.  At that time, occupancy… Read More