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What does e-commerce want? Power, labor, world domination?

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Welcome to Episode 5 of JLL Chicago Industrial – Real Time, our Industrial Research podcast. In this episode:

  • What retailers want out of their e-commerce distribution network
  • The landlord perspective: The prevalence of build-to-suits to accommodate these facilities’ highly specialized technology and workforce amenity requirements
  • A deep dive into surrounding demographics to enhance retailers’ site selection process

Hosted by: Industrial market research experts George Cutro and Chad Buch

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Industrial Podcast: Chicago’s changing industrial real estate landscape

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Welcome to Episode 4 of JLL Chicago Industrial – Real Time, our Industrial Research podcast hosted by George Cutro and Chad Buch. In this “live” episode, the team is on the scene at JLL Chicago Industrial‘s client event, “The Changing Landscape of Chicago Industrial Real Estate.” They sat down with JLL’s Trevor Ragsdale, Kris Bjorson, John Picchiotti, Ben Bischmann and Debra Bonebrake for candid conversations on top trends, market outlooks and the latest JLL Industrial news.


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Our expert industrial panel: Keith Stauber, Matt Powers, George Cutro, John Picchiotti, John Huguenard and Trevor Ragsdale

The theme of this “Pardon the Interruption”-style panel, inspired by the famous show, was the future. On the heels of 23 consecutive quarters of positive net absorption, the Chicago industrial market is thriving and evolving. Some top takeaways:… Read More

Top 10: Trump’s unexpected impact on suburban Chicago real estate

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TrumpOur Suburban Tenant Representation team recently hosted a webinar exploring how President Trump’s policy changes could impact suburban Chicago real estate.

“With vacancy near 10-year lows, strong tenant demand and robust investment activity, the suburbs continue to be a value story with as much as a $20 per square foot rent differential compared with downtown,” said JLL International Director Andrea Van Gelder.

As the new administration takes shape, the suburban market and its well-balanced economy could be affected in good, bad and surprising ways.… Read More

North Cook County highlights industrial development ramp-up

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Industrial developers have been busy since the snow melted, with 8.3 million square feet of new product under construction. Look no further than North Cook County, said JLL Senior Vice President Steve Trapp, who spoke to a packed house recently at Bisnow‘s 5th Annual Industrial Summit in Rosemont.

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Venture One Real Estate’s Mark Goode and JLL’s Steve Trapp

Take Cabot Properties and Seefried Industrial Properties’ 217,064 square-foot 5600-5750 W. Jarvis Avenue in Niles, the fourth redevelopment in the area in the past 12 months, which is already 60 percent pre-leased.… Read More

NAIOP panel reveals e-commerce, industrial trends impacting Chicago

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With e-commerce booming, industrial is adapting to new distribution challenges daily. The Chicago market, centrally located and gaining favor among global capital, finds itself at the convergence of those changes.

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JLL’s Kris Bjorson

JLL’s Kris Bjorson, International Director and Head of Retail/E-Commerce Distribution, spoke to a packed auditorium at NAIOP’s All Star Industrial Panel in Rosemont last Thursday.

The panel, which also included LaSalle Investment Management Managing Director Paul White and Panattoni Development Partner John Pagliari, broke down four key market trends affecting global industrial in the Windy City.

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