JLL’s National Skyline goes digital

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strope_blogFrom Lisa Strope
New England Research Manager

JLL’s annual Skyline Review is back. And this year we are excited to announce that our National Skyline is now digital — which means access to market information just got easier for our clients.

Each year, JLL’s research team analyzes the top North American skylines and gives investors and tenants alike a personal, up-close, look at some of the highest-profile commercial buildings and office towers in our cities. JLL notes, “These assets are the true drivers of leasing supply, demand, rents and development and serve as the building wish list for foreign and domestic institutional investors.”

Digital Skyline

Homepage of JLL’s new Digital Skyline. Chose any city in the U.S. to view trophy real estate assets and trends nationwide.


The report provides a birds-eye view of local urban office markets, including both micro and macro-level statistics from floor-by-floor leasing to investment performance. What does this year’s Digital Skyline say about Boston? Check it out here.

The Digital Skyline includes building-by-building data. Simply click on a building to view class, average floor plate, total vacancy, rents, LEED certification and more. Or, leverage macro-market insights with interactive charts featuring overarching vacancy, net absorption, rents, and more.

Soon we will be releasing hard copy Skylines of Boston and Cambridge markets as well as Landmark buildings. Please contact me if you’d like to receive your copy in the mail.

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