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
As National Women’s History month comes to a close, we’d like to introduce you to a few of the talented women who make up JLL Houston. JLL has long been a leader in diversity and inclusion. We know it is the diverse skill sets, perspectives and backgrounds of our people that make us great. Reinforcing our commitment to diversity, we were recently named one of the NAFE Top Companies… Read More
Grocery openings decreased 28.8 percent from 2016 to 2017 as some grocers reined in expansion plans – a trend echoed loudly in Texas.
While Texas remains one of the hottest states for grocery expansion, the amount of new supermarkets in the state decreased to 1.2 million square feet last year, down from 3 million square feet in 2016.
Increasing competition, shifting consumer habits and the pervasive nature of technology, had several… Read More
Two themes dominate the banking real estate landscape: mobility and optimization.
Thanks to a trend started during the recession and the advent of financial technology, banks large and small are consolidating and no institution is immune to this evolution. The net number of branches in the U.S. declined from 91,900 in… Read More