Small but mighty is a succinct way to describe Madison, Wisconsin’s office investment market which totals approximately 15.7 million square feet of office inventory.
Detroit’s technology prowess comes from its well-known ‘Motor City’ moniker, with technology’s role and investment in the automobile industry remaining prominent as ever.
Minneapolis, Dallas, Madison, Phoenix and Detroit all rank among JLL’s Top 20 tech resilient markets for investment.
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Texas is becoming an increasingly attractive market for technology occupiers and real estate investors alike.
Investing more than $1 billion to develop a campus focused on the life sciences and technology industry is a market mover.
Skyline buildings comprise approximately 42.0 percent of the CBD marketplace.
Hot spots where companies are setting up shop aren’t necessarily the most expensive.
An increasing amount of evidence is emerging to show that healthy buildings are good business.