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… Read More
JLL has been working hard to enhance what can be done with our GIS platform.
Analyst Stephen Lopez of our Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team recently took national Census data and was able to chart out where those that had moved to Dallas-Fort Worth originated. In some ways the results are common sense, but it is an excellent illustration to “tell the story” with a simple… Read More
There is a lot of press about the impressive economic growth happening in Texas and Dallas-Fort Worth. While we tend to focus on jobs as the bottom line, metro area Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is another metric that showcases our market.
Research Analyst Sam Wood pulled together the chart below that looked at GDP over the long-term. Overall, the take away is that… Read More
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… Read More
The last few quarters, our region’s industrial market has been on a building boom. With 23 million square feet now under construction, we are well above any average. The obvious warning here is that supply and demand must remain in balance – and record construction must be matched with record absorption.
While attending a recent presentation on DFW’s tech presence at the Dallas Regional Chamber, a question came to mind: “In terms of attracting and retaining tech talent, where does Dallas-Fort Worth stand?” San Francisco and Silicon Valley are synonymous with tech startups, software engineers, and venture capital funding, but what does the picture look like in other major metropolitan areas across the United States?
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… Read More