Category Archives: Development

Driving value with JLL’s Project and Development Services

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Whether you’re looking to expand operations, strengthen your brand presence or attract and retain the best talent, you need a partner that can align deep capabilities back to your vision. The focus on space and how that impacts business and work has never been greater. JLL’s Project and Development Services works with you to reach the big aspirations living within every new building, renovation, fit-out or design.

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Growth in the northeast Indianapolis submarket shines

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Growth in the Northeast Indianapolis SubmarketKevin Gillihan, Vice President, JLL

The northeast Indianapolis submarket used to be contained to the Castleton area, however, growth in the last two decades has pushed the boundaries considerably – not only on the map but also in the buildings going up. For example, prior to 2000, the majority of… Read More

Indianapolis banks on industrial boom

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Brian Seitz, SIOR, Executive Vice President, JLL

Indianapolis was recently ranked as one of the top distribution markets in the country, landing at seventh out of 50 markets that were tracked, according to JLL’s report, The Leaderboard: The Top 18 Distribution Markets in the United States. Due to Indianapolis’ convenient location, unsaturated market and affordability, it is starting to warrant comparisons to the likes of New Jersey, California, Chicago and Dallas. The report ranked markets based… Read More

Indianapolis Making Strides as a Sustainable City

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JLL –  Sustainable Building

Around the U.S. and across the world, more and more cities are placing sustainability at the forefront of their commercial real estate construction. Cities that embrace sustainable building work toward an environmentally, socially and economically healthy place of living for existing residents without compromising the ability of future generations to experience theRead More

E-commerce Shaping Industrial Distribution Center Growth

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The Rise of Industrial Distribution Centers

E-commerce has been the fastest-growing segment of the retail market for the last four years and is expected to be a large share of the market for the next 15 to 20 years. Customers now expect endless choice and instant gratification, so e-commerce fulfillment centers are stepping up… Read More

Real Life Data Drives Real Estate Decisions

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Denice Michel, Vice President, JLL Indianapolis

All the business buzzwords the last few years revolved around data – big data, data driven results, metadata, data visualization, machine generated data – you get the point. Commercial real estate is not immune to the data craze and below were some of the following headlines related to CRE data:

  • Big Data – what does it mean for commercial real estate users?” CCIM – By David Kollmorgen
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JLL Project Development Services: 2015 Recap

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JLL’s Indianapolis Office Project Development Services (PDS) completed 46 different projects in 2015 totaling almost $9 million dollars. The projects ranged from small office renovations to 15 new T-Mobile Retail Store openings, and two new buildings. Indianapolis Project Managers were also able to save their clients an average of 260% of the PDS management fee.

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Global Food Supply Goals Are Fueling The Refrigerated Warehouse Industry

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JLL Indianapolis Research
When we open the door and look at the food in our refrigerators, we often don’t consider the complex chain of logistics that are involved in getting it there. The process of getting fresh food into our homes requires a continuous source of coldness that extends from chilled packing plants and food factories, to a network of chilled warehouses, to fleets of refrigerated trucks and trains, all the way to grocery store aisles.… Read More

Indy Starting to See Urban Trends

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Kevin Gillihan
Vice President

I recently came across an article describing some current trends in urban areas around the world. From green spaces to car sharing, it was great to know that Indianapolis is on board with these movements.

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Fundamental Shift in Real Estate – From Cost to Value

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Matt Waggoner
Senior Vice President

There is nearly a 30 percent delta in cost from two similarly aged downtown towers in the Indianapolis CBD. For the sake of saving face, we will define the higher cost building as Building 1 and the lower cost building as Building 2. Building 1 was distressed and bank-owned less than 24 months… Read More