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Office Insights: Positive Momentum Continues

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The second quarter of 2018 saw some significant milestones and moves in the Minneapolis – St. Paul commercial real estate market. Capital markets first half volume of 2018 CBD sales surpassed annual volume for nine of the last 10 years. Q2 saw a large-user shake-up in the northwest Twin Cities metro with Cantel Medical taking… Read More

East Town: Embracing the work-live-play lifestyle

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Big Insights for the Big Game

East Town sits to the southeast of the Minneapolis CBD Core and hugs the Mississippi River. Despite being surrounded by districts and architecture dating back to the 1800s, East Town is becoming more known for its recent development and public green spaces.

Working in East Town

The recent wave of investment in… Read More

The 2018’s Big Game: Minneapolis’ economic and CRE market impact

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Minneapolis was chosen as the host city for the 2018’s big game in 2014, a full two years before the new US Bank Stadium was even completed. When the stadium was fully erected in 2016, construction of the US Bank Stadium totaled $1.13 billion. Investment in the surrounding area has added up to over another… Read More

Location and Amenities – Here’s why Nicollet Mall is among the most expensive streets in America

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Minneapolis, MN - Home of Nicollet Mall, one of America's Most Expensive Streets

We recently released our annual “Most Expensive Streets” study, which takes a look at the priciest office space in America. The average rent on these streets is $48.65 per square foot. This represents a 46.9 percent premium compared to the rest of the country. Right here in the Twin Cities, our… Read More

Record breaking years for Minneapolis CBD multi-tenant office sales

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Record breaking years for Minneapolis CBD multi-tenant office sales

Minneapolis is transforming to encourage people to live, work and play in downtown. Nicollet Mall is undergoing redevelopment to increase its vibrancy by adding pedestrian-friendly features. Target Field, U.S. Bank Stadium and Target Center are attracting sports and entertainment after hours. Many new residential properties have sprung… Read More

Minneapolis-St. Paul’s manufacturing sector continues to see Y-O-Y job gains

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JLL Minneapolis – St. Paul Snapshots:
Minneapolis-St. Paul’s manufacturing sector continues to see Y-O-Y job gains

Manufacturing Employment

• According to the most recent BLS estimates, manufacturing employment in the Minneapolis-St.
Paul metro has grown 2.1% since March 2016. The region has seen positive year-over-year
(YO-Y) job gains every month since 2010. March employment numbers in the manufacturing
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Despite seasonal swings, U.S. construction continues steadily forward

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Construction Outlook | Q4 2016 To receive the full report, email the Minneapolis Tenant Representation Team

Despite growing uncertainty and seasonal swings, U.S. construction continues steadily forward
As a testament to the success of the year, construction spending in the United States for 2016 MplsConstructiontotaled nearly $1.2 trillion, or 4.5 percent more than full year 2015 levels—nearly… Read More

Cross-border investment still strong, but preliminary 2016 estimates dipped Y-O-Y

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JLL’s Chart of the Week:
Cross-border investment still strong, but preliminary 2016 estimates
dipped Y-O-Y
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According to preliminary Q4 2016 numbers from RCA, total foreign investment into U.S. commercial real estate declined since its peak in 2015. However, as coastal markets are seeing their cross-border deal flow tighten, Midwest markets like Minneapolis-St. Paul are benefiting… Read More