Greater Boston, the San Francisco Bay Area, and San Diego once again reign supreme as the top three U.S. markets for life sciences, according to a new JLL report.
Science and innovation don’t stop, and life sciences firms are capturing the next wave of opportunities.
Enzene Biosciences will create 300 jobs with its new 55,000-square-foot bio manufacturing plant on the Princeton West Innovation Campus.
With demand for Internet access at an all-time high, data centers are needed now more than ever to maintain connectivity.
NexPoint’s proposed development would create a life science ecosystem with world-class lab, office, and therapeutic production space.
The company's 10th distribution center will create more than 450 new full-time jobs by the end of 2023 and service about 250 Tractor Supply stores.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act includes $7.5 billion in grants for governments to consider public-private partnerships for electric vehicle charging stations, among many other investments.
To meet surging demand for additional longer-term storage space, the GPA will develop 145 acres next to the Port of Savannah.
As the demand for data continues to expand exponentially, new data centers are being built on sites closer to consumers (also known as “edge” locations) and modular, pre-fab units are speeding construction.
A partnership between Japanese auto giants Mazda and Toyota brings a $1.6-billion automotive assembly plant to the Huntsville, AL region.
The latest JLL data shows resilience in the global real estate market, despite geopolitical uncertainty.
The global design, engineering and manufacturing company expects to add approximately 500 new jobs to the greater Phoenix area over the next five years.
Industrial real estate is facing a squeeze with record-high rents and historic vacancy lows, according to new research from JLL.
A new report from JLL reveals what companies can expect to pay, out of pocket, for an office build out across the nation.
Top 10 Tech Trends For 2017 The technology sector is still the United States’ leading industry for real estate expansion and employment growth, according to JLL.
Volatility in global markets is not expected to deter foreign investment; industrial sector sees record levels, according to JLL.
Trophy buildings throughout Manhattan post below-market vacancy rates despite significant rent premiums, according to JLL’s 2015 Digital Skyline.
JLL’s 2015 Life Sciences Outlook Report identifies top global destinations for talent, sales, science and the trends driving international growth
JLL’s seventh annual Seaports Outlook reports historically high occupancy and escalating demand for space.
JLL's City Investment Intensity Index Q1 2015 measures real estate investment volumes relative to a city's economic size and provides a useful barometer of a city's health and real estate liquidity.
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