One PO lit up for Patriots Nation

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One Post Office Square, Boston’s signature Downtown asset and the world headquarters of Putnam, is lighting up the top of the building in support of the New England Patriots’ drive to the Super Bowl championship. The world class tower is also celebrating the Boston 2024 Olympic bid as part of the display.

This high profile feature with multi-colored lights and 100′ banners, visible

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Direct from Davos

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World Economic Forum logoJLL’s top commercial real estate leaders are joining business, academic, government and social leaders from around the world this week at the exclusive Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. Here are some ways to follow JLL insights from Davos:

Davos 101: What happens at Davos? Listen to our CEO Colin Dyer’s

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Diversity and inclusion at JLL

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Diversity is not only a strategic priority at JLL, it’s an integral part of our value system.

With changing demographics in the workplace, marketplace and across the globe, we recognize that we must reflect and embody this diversity to maintain and strengthen the close connections and valuable relationships we’ve built with our employees, partners, clients and communities. By cultivating a dynamic workplace, we ensure

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Embrace the shake

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Steinberg_SteveFrom Steve Steinberg
Senior Vice President

I always get a healthy dose of inspiration from The Ad Club‘s annual Edge Conference. This year’s came from Phil Hansen.

In keeping with the program’s “disruption” theme,  Phil wasn’t even on the agenda. He burst upon the stage to deliver a surprising talk about seizing the shake. Finding a well spring of ideas

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Cambridge among best performing US markets

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The US office market ended the year on a high note with the vast majority of markets displaying occupancy growth and rental gains.

A number of the usual suspects are missing from the top ranks. Instead, historical “secondary markets” like Phoenix, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City and Miami are topping the list alongside the likes of

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No near-term end in sight for growth in Greater Boston

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strope_blogFrom Lisa Strope
New England Research Manager

Boston companies are continuing to grow.

This quarter, 70.0 percent of lease transactions were tenants looking to grow their footprint. Technology and biotech industries continue to drive demand, and accounted for over 30.0 percent of the large lease transactions. With over half of the leasing

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Save energy by sharing

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BestBobFrom Bob Best
Executive Vice President

Want to reduce energy consumption in your workplace?

Start by just sharing information. It’s incredibly effective and very inexpensive.

But, it works.

The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) claims that up to 12% energy savings can be achieved by way of real-time energy feedback devices that tell people how much energy

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Green and productive space REALLY does pay out

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From Bob Best
Executive Vice President

What happens when we set out to make a building greener and more productive at the same time?

Something amazing.

The Federal Building in San Diego decided to make a number of changes … with pretty impressive results.

First, they changed their fluorescent lighting from T12s with flickering magnetic ballasts

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Year Up’s new home inspires

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We sat down with Year Up CFO Andrea Hayward to discuss why they selected 45 Milk Street as the new headquarters for their impactful program.

Q: How does 45 Milk Street help Year Up, a one year intensive training program for low income young adults, fulfill your mission and reflect your culture?

45 Milk Street is special. We like

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Is there more ‘green’ in green?

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From Bob Best
Executive Vice President

We have been so focused on cost savings from sustainable real estate ideas, such as energy conservation, that we have been missing an idea with much bigger dollar potential.

While more daylight, better air quality and temperature control can make the workplace “greener” there is another far more important financial

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