Category Archives: Agency Leasing

OC economy diversifies over last 10 years; 2007 vs. 2017

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  • In 2007, the Orange County economy was heavily influenced by the Financial Activities sector, specifically, the mortgage industry. The total nonfarm employment base was 1,521,500.
  • Current economic growth is being led by a diverse set of industries, including healthcare, technology, life sciences, and business services. The total nonfarm
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JLL team spotlight: Carter Rudnick

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carter_squareCarter Rudnick works as an Associate in JLL’s Orange County office where he focuses on Agency Leasing office transactions. His specialties include: leasing, negotiations, market analysis and space planing.

Outside of work, he loves to travel and has been to over 20 countries–so far his favorite has been Cape Town, South… Read More

JLL 2016 Law Firm Perspective

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JLL’s 2016 Law Firm Perspective is now available.

Our latest report dives into 40 U.S. markets to reveal historic, current and target square footage per attorney as well as corresponding rents and typical deal terms in each market. This exclusive benchmarking data and analysis provides law firms with a more practical approach to analyze their space and how they can future proof their business.

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JLL team spotlight: Naomi Rizkowsky

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Naomi Rizkowskynaomi works as an Associate in JLL’s Orange County office where she focuses on Agency Leasing office transactions. She leverages her expertise in asset renovation and repositioning to deliver first-class strategies and services.  Her strong business acumen and diverse real estate background aids her clients in achieving their various commercial real estate objectives.

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OC office rents nearing market peak levels

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Orange County chart of the week


  • As of Q3 2016, Orange County Class A asking rents have increased 10.3 percent over the last 12 months. The Orange County average asking rent is 9.5 percent below the pre-recession market peak, leaving room for additional growth.
  • South County asking rents have been boosted by strong
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