Staying competitive hinges on having a people-friendly workplace. Real estate has shifted from a cost model to the value of real estate. JLL Indianapolis SVP of Tenant Representation, Matt Waggoner, had the opportunity to speak at DisruptCRE in Chicago. All of the topics are hosted by Pushpa Gowda, JLL EVP of Global Technology.… Read More
After a slow start this year, the Indianapolis office market experienced a nice rebound with 121,000 square feet of net absorption during the second quarter. Even better is that the good news is coming out of more than one area of the metro area, illustrating a strong market across the board. Additionally, employment continues to rebound as well. The city’s unemployment rate remains at one of its lowest levels in this millennium. See some of… Read More
There have been a flurry of new job announcements over the last 18 months. This is encouraging news for the city of Indianapolis. Nearly half have occurred this year and eight alone since April. While these new jobs will obviously impact the local labor market, we wondered how this would impact the Indianapolis office real estate market? Read on and download the special report for more insight.… Read More
The Indianapolis office market picked up right where it left off during the first quarter of 2017. Since 2015, the market has seen $1 billion in sales activity. With so much product trading hands, many owners (both new and pre-existing) are opening their pocketbooks for capital improvements to their properties. Now that these capital improvements are concluding, the first quarter of 2017 brought a reclassification of building inventory.What do capital improvements mean for tenants?
JLL Indianapolis is always touting the advantages of the area with our clients and colleagues. The region is receiving its own fair share of news coverage and accolades for being the best of the best. Indiana, and Indianapolis in particular, is no longer a flyover state, but most of all, don’t just take our word for it. Here is why Indianapolis tops our list and why others are taking notice.Live
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JLL is proud to support ongoing energy efficiency efforts at Precedent Office Park. The park is managed by JLL and owned by Precedent Co-Investor, LLC and managed by JLL. The property recently earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR certification as a result of buildings performing in the top 25% of similar facilities. Hence, the buildings meet strict efficiency performance levels set by the EPA.
The Precedent Office Park has been taking part in renovations and keeping… Read More
By Matt Waggoner, Senior Vice President, Tenant Representation
The workplace is changing…radically. For the first time in history, companies have three generations working together with another generation knocking at the door. Gone are the days when one size fits all. While companies are pondering how they can compete for talent, let… Read More
The Indianapolis Business Journal recently published its annual lists of the top commercial real estate transactions, and JLL was at the top of each list for 2016.Top Office Leases
JLL represented 12 of the largest 25 office leases signed in 2016 (totaling nearly 1.2 million square feet), half of which being in the Top-10. Even more impressively, JLL brokered the Top-5 deals signed in Class A buildings. This is a large increase over 2015, in which… Read More
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.
The Indianapolis office market finished 2016 with strong occupancy growth in the CBD, while the suburbs saw continued investment. Thanks to a burgeoning tech scene, downtown Indianapolis achieved more than 100,000 square feet of occupancy growth this year. This is the highest one-year total in more than a decade. Meanwhile, investment in suburban Indianapolis increased over previous years as several office properties traded hands.