The drastic correction in oil prices between 2014 and 2017 left an indelible mark on energy companies and their real estate. The trauma of the downturn has generated a new culture of ultra-disciplined spending and doing more with less, even as oil prices have recovered in 2018.
By: Bruce Rutherford, International Director, JLL Global Energy Practice Group
Energy-related tenants have accounted for a significant portion of Houston’s office leasing activity over the past 12 months. In fact, one-third of tenants with active requirements in the market are energy-related. This activity, however, has brought with it very little in… Read More
Houston healthcare real estate expert Chris Wadley recently joined the Houston office of JLL as Senior Vice President and Houston Healthcare Lead.
Chris will oversee the growth of our Houston Healthcare Practice, including tenant representation, agency leasing, capital markets transactions and construction management for hospitals, health systems, life… Read More
Strong population growth and an improving economy have buoyed the Houston multifamily market, even as people begin moving back into their homes following Hurricane Harvey. The multifamily sector has been in recovery over the last few quarters and is poised to continue its positive momentum in 2018.
This is the first in a two-part series featuring our Top 10 Houston producers, based on 2017 revenue. Tune in next week for part two, in which we’ll celebrate five more of our top producers.
We celebrate our colleagues for their drive to deliver beyond what’s expected. Our Top 10 Producers have transacted billions of dollars worth of deals, tens of millions of square feet, and bring more than… Read More
By: Ronnie Deyo, executive vice president and office team lead, JLL Houston
Sluggish tenant demand to start the year meant more of the same for Houston’s office market in all but one respect: lease concessions. Following years of growth, lease concessions, such as free rent and tenant improvement allowances, are… Read More