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Site Selection Stories: Toyota/Mazda, Part 4

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Over the past few decades, Toyota has been a key player in creating a thriving foreign auto industry on U.S. soil. In 2017, the auto industry giant needed a site for a new, multimillion-square-foot plant. With a hard deadline of going online in 2021, they needed it fast. After years of partnership, our team was already well-versed in Toyota’s priorities, and we mobilized overnight. Our data-driven analyses of real estate, labor and incentives requirements set the foundation for an expedited site search executed with precision.

Click below for our Project Profile on Toyota Mazda’s historic, $1.6-billion investment in a new auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama.

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When Toyota found a like-minded partner in Mazda, this undertaking was elevated to historic proportions, and we pivoted with it. Mazda shared Toyota’s philosophies around innovation and productivity, and both firms stood to benefit from the efficiency of working together in one facility.… Read More

Site Selection Stories: Toyota/Mazda, Part 3

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Toyota MazdaWelcome to the third episode of our new, three-part miniseries, Site Selection Stories: Toyota Mazda. We’re taking you behind the before, during and after of Toyota Mazda’s historic, $1.6-billion investment in a new auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama. Meet the key players:


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Site Selection Stories: Toyota/Mazda, Part 2

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Toyota/MazdaWelcome to Part 2 of our new, three-part miniseries, Site Selection Stories: Toyota Mazda. We’re taking you behind the before, during and after of Toyota Mazda’s historic, $1.6-billion investment in a new auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama. Meet the key players:


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Site Selection Stories: Toyota/Mazda, Part 1

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Welcome to a special episode of JLL Chicago Industrial – Real Time. Our new, three-part mini-series, Site Selection Stories: Toyota Mazda, will take you behind the before, during and after of Toyota Mazda’s historic, $1.6-billion investment in a new auto plant in Huntsville, Alabama. Meet the key players:


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Will robots overtake humans? The Changing Landscape of Industry 4.0

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Welcome to episode 15 of Real Time, JLL Chicago’s industrial podcast. In this special post-event episode, the team recaps JLL Chicago Industrial’s recent client event, “The Changing Landscape of Chicago Industrial Real Estate,” held at Chicago’s first innovation center for physical product development and manufacturing, mHUB. Prognosticating on the future of supply chain, our all-star panel of industrial pros included:

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


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Top 10: Finding quality labor during a workforce shortage

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At a recent NAIOP Chicago event, the topic wasn’t real estate; it was labor. February saw the highest monthly level of job creation since mid-2016 and unemployment sits at just 4.1 percent as skilled talent becomes increasingly difficult to recruit and retain.

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JLL’s Meredith O’Connor and Keith Stauber

“Job growth continues rapidly even with talent shortages and employment occurring faster than the labor force can expand,” said JLL Managing Director Keith Stauber, moderator. “These trends also mirror consumer confidence, which has been at its highest levels since 2000.”

Greater competition for labor has pushed occupiers to look at long-term workforce productivity and sustainability (including metrics like net migration and population growth) rather than short term affordability.

The NAIOP panel of experts featured JLL International Director Meredith O’Connor, Co-Chairman of JLL’s Headquarters Practice Group and a Business and Economic Incentives lead. Her top 10 takeaways:… Read More

Chicago’s corporate facilities have global reach

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  • The Chicago metro area is home to more than 1,500 foreign companies, 55 of which are manufacturing firms.
  • Chicago’s skilled workforce and world-class transportation infrastructure — as well as the state’s efforts to reform its pension system — have made the market more attractive to business leaders around the country and around the globe.
  • Site Selection magazine has noted this with its recent inclusion of
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