Category Archives: Industrial

Q1 2017 Industrial overview

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JLL Orange County’s Industrial overview is now available

2017 Q1 - Industrial report

Orange County’s industrial market remains one of the tightest markets in the nation, recording a 1.5 percent vacancy rate in Q1 2017. Average asking rents reached a new record high of $0.77 per square foot, triple net. Lack of available options but high… Read More

SoCal 10 top tens of 2016

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JLL research takes a look back at 2016

EblastButton_blogThe Rams moved back home. People tore down office walls. Trump was elected. Britain exited.

2016 saw its share of memorable moments, high-profile leases and sales, billions in tech VC funding, and new standards of office space. Some of them may have surprised you─or maybe not. Either way, enjoy… Read More

Large industrial blocks diminishing in Orange County

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Orange County chart of the week

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  • Orange County has the second lowest vacancy in the country, behind only Los Angeles, and is well below the U.S. vacancy rate of 5.8 percent.
  • Occupiers with requirements greater than 100,000 square feet have seen the number of space options decline for six consecutive years. Availabilities are even
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JLL team spotlight: Matt Christensen

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matt_squareMatt Christensen works as an Associate in JLL’s Orange County office. He advises industrial real estate occupiers and investors in the strategy and execution of their commercial real estate goals. Matt’s specialties include: leasing, sales and investments of manufacturing, warehousing and research and development properties.

When not at work, you can find Matt at the… Read More

Ports of L.A./L.B. lead the count in TEUs

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Orange County chart of the week

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  • As of Q3 2016, the 4 largest U.S. ports in terms of total TEUs are Los Angeles/Long Beach (11.5 million), New York/New Jersey(4.6 million), Savannah (2.7 million), and Seattle/Tacoma (2.6 million).
  • The Port of Los Angeles’ activity remains strong, with a 5.25 percent increase in total TEUs, whereas
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