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SoCal 10 top tens of 2017

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2017 was an extraordinary year.

We gathered together to watch a historic solar eclipse. We sang “Despacito”. We cried when the Dodgers finally made it to the World Series, and then cried again when… We gasped when we learned Moonlight actually won Best Picture and we supported each other when catastrophic hurricanes and… Read More

Orange County-Los Angeles rank top 3 in the nation for utility patents

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Orange County snapshot

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  • According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s latest 2015 report, 140,928 utility patents were issued in the United States, with 28.5 percent coming from California.
  • Orange County-Los Angeles recorded 6,476 patents, ranking 3rd in the nation based on utility patent count. New York took 2nd at 7,754 and San Francisco-Silicon Valley took
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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.… Read More

The tale of the tape for California markets

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Orange County chart of the week

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  • Although rents of the Orange County Class A office and industrial markets have increased 42.5 percent and 41.5 percent respectively since the market trough, business owners will find Orange County to be more affordable than other California markets.
  • Mature and startup companies are drawn to Orange
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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.
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