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Will current construction satifsy increasing tenant demand?

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10-26-15_JeffInghamJLL Senior Managing Director Jeff Ingham spoke exclusively with GlobeSt.com for their article “Deliveries Still Won’t Satisfy Office Demand” about how the 3.5 million square feet of planned construction will affect the strong tenant demand for office space in Orange County. Jeff explains, “We see a big trend of construction in this market, but it’s not enough space to meet the demand for office… Read More

JLL’s Jeff Ingham featured on GlobeSt.com about growing Healthcare tech firms in Orange County

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Jeffrey InghamJLL’s Senior Managing Director, Jeff Ingham sat down with GlobeSt.com to discuss growing healthcare-technology firms in Orange County and their impact on the real estate market. The healthcare industry has become a driving force absorbing more space in Orange County and accounting for roughly 20% of active tenant demand. Ingham attributes this growth to “changes in population and Obamacare.” He adds,”The supply of patients… Read More

JLL’s Bob Prendergast and Baker Morphy featured on GlobeSt.com for the completion of office building sale in Brea, California

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7-18-14_2929ImperialGlobeSt.com featured JLL’s Bob Prendergast, Baker Morphy and Jeff Ingham in their article Stabilized Office Asset Sails for $21M.

Managing Director Bob Prendergast and Vice President Baker Morphy represented sellers, Rialto Capital and KollCo. in the completion of a 121,143 square foot office building sale in Brea, California. The newly renovated asset sold for $21 million.

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JLL OC’s Jeff Ingham and Bryce Mordoff featured on GlobeSt.com on the Q1 OC office stats

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Bryce-JeffGlobeSt.com featured JLL OC’s Jeff Ingham and Bryce Mordoff in their article “Office Picture is Brighter Than it Looks.”

Jeff Ingham, Senior Managing Director and Bryce Mordoff, Senior Research Analyst were featured sharing their thoughts on Q1 Orange County office stats:

“We predicted a couple of years ago that there would be an absolute lull in leasing in the 2013-2014 time frame,” Ingham tells GlobeSt.com.

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