JLL sponsored Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Grow Georgia Summit at Twelve Atlantic Station on Thursday, June 8, 2017. This year’s theme was “Sports and Real Estate Team Up,” as real estate decision-making in Georgia is being driven by sports and entertainment more than ever before. The panels addressed Professional, Collegiate, and Large-Scale… Read More
Every year The Nashville Business Journal honors Power Leaders of Commercial Real Estate. JLL Nashville’s Tom Hooper and Bo Tyler have been chosen as Power Brokers in 2016. Winners were recognized at a cocktail reception and program on June 14. Additionally there is a special section of Nashville Business Journal’s June 24 print edition dedicated to these honors and others like it.
As Executive… Read More
Each week, JLL Atlanta presents a roundup of noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of industry publications. Here are five stories that caught our eye recently.
Consumer Confidence Soars, Retail Spending Follows by Jennifer Duell Popovec of NREI.
“This acceleration in spending has coincided with rising consumer confidence. McCarthy says consumers are much more optimistic today about the current situation than the future. ‘Basically, the attitude can be summed up… Read More
Each week, JLL Atlanta presents a roundup of noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of industry publications. Here are four stories that caught our eye recently.
Student Housing REITs Horde Cash to Buy by Bendix Anderson of NREI.
“Student housing real estate investment trusts (REITs) are likely to start buying properties soon—as soon as more properties become available. ‘You’re going to see acquisitions heat up… Read More
By Jeremy B. Becker, VP and Associate Director, Public Institutions, JLL Atlanta
The State of Georgia is an international business and transportation hub. We have a strong public sector… Read More
Global investors are increasingly targeting the United States for commercial real estate investment.
And with the U.S.’ high level of real estate transparency—which gives non-U.S. investors clear insights into the differences they may encounter when transacting, owning, and operating in foreign markets—secondary U.S. markets like Atlanta will likely continue to see increasing amounts of investment.
Canadian Firms Explore ATL
Metro Atlanta has recently generated significant… Read More
by Steve Grable, SVP, Industrial Services, JLL Atlanta
The United States is an import-export powerhouse. But as goods flow through our largest ports and the Panama Canal nears completion, fundamental changes are driving multimodal and supply chain… Read More