St. Louis office sales in the fourth quarter have already outpaced the previous three quarters, according to JLL Research. Take a look at which deals are driving year end numbers and how 2017 compares overall to years prior in today’s St. Louis Business Journal.
A new industrial revolution, spurred on by e-commerce, is sparking growth in St. Louis real estate, according to David Branding, executive vice president for the St. Louis industrial brokerage at JLL, which had $6.8 billion in global revenue in 2016.… Read More
The St. Louis Business Journal recently tapped JLL’s executive vice president David Branding for his expertise and knowledge about the St. Louis commercial real estate market. David was one of four featured experts from the area who provided insight into today’s industrial market conditions and how the St. Louis region stacks up when it comes to… Read More
It may seem like school just went out on recess, but summer is nearly over and families across the U.S. are gearing up for the back-to-school season. JLL’s Back-to-School Consumer Shopping Survey looks at how parents are budgeting for the season, where they buy clothing and supplies and the most important factors influencing… Read More
Q2 2017 reports from JLL St. Louis indicate that the region’s job growth remains on the upswing. St. Louis’ unemployment rate has been below 5.0 percent for nine consecutive months now; its longest streak since 2001. In the past 12 months, the market’s education, healthcare and professional service sectors have added more than… Read More
Tech and innovation markets are synonymous with big coastal cities like Silicon Valley and New York, but in the heartland St. Louis continues to earn national credibility as one of the hottest up and coming tech markets in the U.S.
A recent article in the St. Louis Business Journal reports that financial services… Read More
St. Louis Office Market Highlights:
- Quarterly absorption totaled 160,764 square feet. Clayton and West County buoyed the market with 294,176 square feet of absorption.
- The suburbs continue to carry the region. Class A asking rates in the suburbs are 29.7 percent higher than the CBD.
- Healthcare and financial services firms are driving future activity, the two industries account for … Read More
New Technology Caters to Food Savvy, Eco-Aware Consumers
Imagine a supermarket where consumers can hold up an item to a motion-sensitive display and instantly learn its nutritional value, freshness and origin. Or, picture a market with in-store vertical gardens that allow customers to hand pick their own herbs and leafy greens grown via hydroponics.
While… Read More
Today’s diners want high-quality food in a well-designed environment. A clean food chain that is a locally sourced product, recycled with technology embedded. And they want to pay and pick-up quickly.
1 Super Casualization Gone are the days of booking reservations months in
Members of Team JLL, along with more than 1,000 participants, took part in the “Master the Met” race, a vertical challenge to the top of the Metropolitan Square Building, the tallest building in St. Louis. JLL St. Louis, which manages the building and also is headquartered at the Met,… Read More