JLL Industrial once again explores ship-from-store fulfillment and how it has evolved in the past three years. This solution allows retailers to leverage stock from their brick-and-mortar locations and answer e-commerce challenges with more flexibility.
Consumer and retailer advantages
Retail locations are typically closer than distribution centers are to masses of consumers. Shipping to consumers’ homes from… Read More
Approximately 2.0 million square feet of leases were signed in the Northern and Central New Jersey office market during the second quarter, which represented a slight improvement from the 1.4 million square feet of leasing transactions in early 2017.
Despite this uptick, leasing volume remained below the 3.2 million square feet averaged
JLL released the 2017 Life Sciences Outlook. Highlights for Northern and Central New Jersey include:
Prism Capital Partners closed on its purchase of the former Roche Clifton/Nutley research campus, which will allow the developer to redevelop the 116-acre site with a mix of commercial, retail and residential components. The new Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian
JLL moves 45 spots to number 391 on the prestigious Fortune 500 list, which ranks the 500 largest companies based in the United States by total revenue for their respective fiscal years. This makes JLL one of the companies to make one of the biggest moves up. JLL’s annual gross revenue reached a record high of $6.8 billion in 2016.
Here are six steps to prepare your business and your workplace for the future:
Align your office with business goals: As technology and operations continue to drive change, there is more pressure to innovate than ever before. Just as technology changes the way we do business, it also impacts where work happens. The
Today’s fast growing, fast-paced cities need comprehensive public transport networks to meet the needs of both local people and businesses.
As such, transportation centers throughout North America are undergoing major facelifts. Cities including New York, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, San Francisco and Toronto will spend or have spent billions… Read More