Nashville’s office sector ended 2014 on a strong note to remain on the national radar. The demand for Class A office space shows no signs of slowing down in both the urban and suburban markets, and the vacancy rate for Class A office space in the metro area continued to decline, reaching 3.5 percent overall, according to JLL’s new Nashville Office Insight Q4 2014 report.… Read More
Steady job growth continues to be good news for Tennessee’s commercial real estate (CRE) markets.
Memphis added 500 jobs in March 2014 and the unemployment rate registered 8.2 percent, a full percentage point lower than the 9.2 percent unemployment rate in October 2013, according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Consistent job growth has pushed the total number… Read More
by Tom Hooper, Vice President, Nashville Leasing Office, JLL Tennessee
JLL just closed a new lease with a company that will be relocating from suburban Brentwood to downtown Nashville.
The lease with Jupiter Auto Insurance at Fifth Third Center is a prime example of the growing demand for… Read More