Monthly Archives: July 2015

Boston remains #1 for life sciences

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DomoretskyFrom Don Domoretsky
Practice Lead for Life Science, Senior Vice President

JLL’s 2015 Life Sciences Outlook report has been released and once again the Greater Boston area has been named #1 life sciences cluster in the U.S. Boston remains the top hub based on employment concentration and growth, levels of funding… Read More

Five ways healthcare reform will change real estate

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Berman, Mindy 2007bFrom Mindy Berman
Practice Lead, Healthcare Capital Markets

Healthcare reform has fundamentally changed how nearly everyone in America interacts with healthcare systems, from insurance coverage to the type and quality of care available to today’s healthcare facilities. In the wake of this dramatic shift, we teamed with Brandeis’s International Business School on a study on the impact of healthcare reform on healthcare… Read More

NACUBO’s Tempo of Change

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Middleton-Pratt_Lauren_Color_HiResFrom Lauren Middleton-Pratt
Higher Education Market Lead

Next week JLL is looking forward to attending and participating in the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN. NACUBO is known throughout the higher education community as a leading organization that supports its members through advocacy efforts, community service and professional development activities. The theme for this year’s meeting is… Read More

Healthy momentum drives Q2 rents

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strope_blogFrom Lisa Strope
New England Research Manager

Boston has enjoyed a solid and steady recovery since 2012 and the healthy momentum continues. In fact, we are adding jobs at the fastest pace since 2000. Since 1980, Boston has created an average of 1,600 jobs per month, and the region is now trending well above this long-run average. 

The dynamic growth sectors of technology and biomedical research… Read More

Save energy by sharing

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BestBobFrom Bob Best
Executive Vice President

Want to reduce energy consumption in the workplace? Start by sharing information. It’s efficient, inexpensive, and it works.

The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) claims that up to 12% of energy savings can be achieved by way of real time energy feedback devices that tell people how much energy is being consumed.

Even when there is no… Read More

Boston’s historic Fourth of July celebration

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The City of Boston is known for a lot of firsts: the first telephone, the first public park, the first city police station – the list goes on and on. But did you know that in 1929 Arthur Fiedler organized the first series of free concerts on the DCR Esplanade? These were the first free outdoor symphony concerts in the world and set the backdrop… Read More

Relaxing on the waterfront

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With #Snowmageddon2015 out of memory, JLL New England let loose at Tia’s on the waterfront in downtown Boston for a celebration to kickoff summer and the 4th of July. The sun was shining and colleagues from across New England joined us for seafood and cheer at our annual summer gathering. Join us in celebrating the classic New England summer that we Bostonians deserve!

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