Category Archives: Tenant Representation

Hildegard Priorities Invests in the Future of Jefferson County Plaza

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Renovations Planned to Transform Property

Earlier this year Hildegard Priorities, LLC purchased Jefferson County Plaza on Vogel Road in Arnold. The center, located at the southern end of its competitive trade area off I-55, is co-anchored by Home Depot, Target, and Xist Fitness. Despite high traffic neighbors and a prime location just… Read More

Bank of America Plaza Designated as BOMA 360 Performance Building

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Property Demonstrates Best Practices in All Aspects of Management and Operations

Bank of America Plaza has been officially designated a BOMA 360 Performance Building by BOMA International according to JLL (NYSE: JLL), property manager for the downtown St. Louis building. The prestigious BOMA 360 designation recognizes commercial properties that demonstrate best practices in all aspects… Read More

JLL’s David Branding Talks Industrial Revolution and Effects of E-Commerce

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MICHAEL THOMAS FOR SLBJJones Lang LaSalle's David Branding said e-commerce and logistics have driven industrialgrowth in St. Louis.

Photo Credit:  Michael Thomas for SLBJ

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… Read More

Can Blockchain Technology Transform Supply Chains?

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Blockchain is a new technology that can help organizations connect to each other across platforms. It combines records into one digital system that everyone can view and add to at any time. While the financial services sector was the first to embrace blockchain, it’s now also gaining interest from… Read More

JLL’s David Branding Weighs in on Commercial Real Estate Scene in STL

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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… Read More

Favorable Startup Conditions Are Plentiful in St. Louis

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 Crunchbase News recently ranked St. Louis as the fourth best city in the Midwest for “entrepreneurs and investors.” While Chicago pulled away from the pack and led all five major categories, St. Louis finished in the top five in four of them. Some highlights have St. Louis startups taking in $579 million of funding since… Read More

Vacancy rates in Clayton are at an all-time low while demand remains high for Class A office space. That combination leads JLL office expert David Biales to believe the timing is right for The Boulevard St. Louis, a premier mixed-use development that just announced a $100 million expansion that will include 100,000 square feet of Class A office space.

“The Boulevard has always been a premier location, but this expansion will solidify its position in the market as the premier destination for office and retail,” said Biales. “Its location off I-64 and I-170 provides easy highway access and premier visibility to a heavily populated area with traffic counts averaging around 130,000 cars per day.”

A Chicago-based joint venture that purchased The Boulevard last year recently retained JLL to market the rollout of the office portion for the project. The expansion will break ground early next year and open year end 2019. Owners say the advancement of the $100 million second phase includes an exciting mix of retail, residential, entertainment and class A office space to enhance the region’s premier mixed-use development located across from the Saint Louis Galleria.

“We’re extremely excited to be moving forward with this much anticipated second phase and to begin marketing it to the region,” said Sol Barket, a St. Louis native and founder of Condor Partners.  “The Boulevard is a great brand that appeals to many residents and visitors in the St. Louis region. This next phase will undoubtedly further enhance the development by offering more opportunities for people to live, work, play and dine.”

Office tenants will have access to ample free garage parking with direct sky bridge access to an office complex. Highly visible exterior signage will also be available to several tenants facing both Brentwood Boulevard and I-170.

The Boulevard opened in 2004 and includes a professional office complex and 74 luxury residential apartments. It is home to Missouri’s first Crate and Barrel store and Missouri’s first Soft Surroundings location, as well as restaurants Maggiano’s Little Italy, P.F.Chang’s China Bistro, and Allegro at The Boulevard.