Monthly Archives: November 2012

Chicago Tribune names Jones Lang LaSalle one of Chicago’s “Top Workplaces”

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Today marks a proud day for the Jones Lang LaSalle team here in Chicago with the Chicago Tribune’s announcement of what most of us already knew: that our company is a truly great place to work.

Out of the thousands of companies that do business here, Jones Lang LaSalle ranked No. 14 among large companies on… Read More

Silicon Prairie 2.0: Here at last?

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Crain’s Chicago Business columnist Greg Hinz provided an optimistic scorecard last week on Chicago’s recently-revived efforts to become a global hub for high-tech jobs.

Pointing to the announcement that Motorola Mobility will be moving its headquarters to the Merchandise Mart — as well as recent reinvestments by Nokia, GrubHub, Groupon and others — Hinz says the… Read More

LIVE BLOG: CIP Transportation & Logistics Conference

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20121101-081146.jpgJones Lang LaSalle’s Kris Bjorson is participating in a panel discussion on the evolving state of the transportation/logistics market in Chicago and the Midwest. Other panelists include architect Karl Heitman, CenterPoint Properties’ Michael Murphy, Clarius Partners’ Kevin Matzke and Providence Logistics’ Chris McGrath.


9:05 a.m. — Murphy on the demand for warehouse/distribution space: “We’ve seen pretty healthy leasing activity and what I’ll call ‘rent stabilization.’ Our occupancies… Read More

We’re live-blogging the CIP Transportation & Logistics Conference

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Jones Lang LaSalle’s Kris Bjorson is among several panelists on the “State of the Market” panel during Thursday’s Transportation & Logistics Conference sponsored by Chicago Industrial Properties magazine.

We’ll be live-blogging all the proceedings, so check back here beginning at 8:15 a.m. to follow along.

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