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3320 – 17th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta
Unique property under development located close to the Westbrook LRT station and at the corridors of downtown Calgary featuring a modern space, flexible floorplans, high end finishing, and signage opportunities.
Banks use consolidation strategies and new markets to get ahead
The industry will become dominated by its largest and smallest players as operating in the middle market becomes more difficult. Read more in the North America Banking and Finance Outlook.
Signs, signs, everywhere a sign – but what’s it really worth to have your company logo on top of a building?
Real estate firm asses the value of rooftop signage
Jones Lang LaSalle Continues Capital Markets Business Expansion in Canada
Multi-residential investment brokerage team is added in Edmonton, AB.
Jones Lang LaSalle Report Reveals the Most Expensive Streets across Canada
Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary top the chart as home to the most expensive Canadian office rents.
Office Insight Report - Q4 2013
Read Jones Lang LaSalle's fourth quarter Office Insight report for Toronto, Suburban GTA, Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver.
2013 Fee Revenue Grows 12% to $4.0 Billion
Productivity and cost discipline drive margin improvement while business investments generate market share gains.
JLL announces leadership changes
Greg O'Brien appointed Chief Executive Officer, Americas. John Gates named Chief Executive Officer, Americas Markets.
Jones Lang LaSalle Builds Internal Leadership in Canada
Jones Lang LaSalle Appoints Damien Mills as Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Western Canada
Brace for the construction boom.
In 2014, over 10.0 million square feet will be delivered to the national office market.
Developers building around transit routes
Jones Lang LaSalle's new study shows that public transit is shaping the future of development. As Gavin Reynolds explains, commuters are leaving the car at home – and developers are taking notice. Courtesy of Global News BC