Corporate Occupiers Return to a Focus on Strategic Growth Opportunities, According to...

Corporate Occupiers Return to a Focus on Strategic Growth Opportunities, According to Jones Lang LaSalle’s National Office Occupier Outlook

NEW YORK, May 26, 2011 — For the first time in nearly two years, corporate occupiers are moving away from short-term tactical real estate plays exclusively centered on delivering sizeable cost savings in favor of a strategic, long-term approach to growth, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s First Quarter 2011 National Office Occupier Outlook. Though it is not yet widespread, an increase in office space demand was recorded in the first quarter in select market segments with particular concentrations of growth industries such as technology, energy and professional services.

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