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Stay up to date on Detroit real estate trends in all property types. JLL researchers cover topics important to you and your real estate decisions, whether you’re seeking corporate, tenant or investor insight.

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Detroit Technology Outlook - 2016

Technology companies are eager to disrupt the age old automotive industry by improving self driving car research and mobility. Companies such as Google and Ford are opening self driving car research centers and Amazon, which is seeking to become the largest freight operator in the world, recently opened a tech center in Downtown Detroit.

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Detroit chart of the week

JLL’s Research team takes a weekly look at economic and market drivers to capture real-time trends and insights.

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Detroit Chart of the week

JLL’s Research team takes a weekly look at economic and market drivers to capture real-time trends and insights.

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Latest Detroit research reports

 Office reports

 

 

Detroit Office Insight - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7522/us-detroit-office-insight-q3-2016-jllDetroit Office Insight - Q3 2016Detroit's CBD is having its first office building built in since 2006 as market conditions tighten and rents continue to rise.
Detroit Office Statistics - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7454/us-detroit-office-statistics-q3-2016-jllDetroit Office Statistics - Q3 2016See current (Q3 2016) Detroit office market statistics, including inventory, absorption, vacancy, average asking rents and construction. We analyze Class A and B space, as well as averages, across all of Detroit and in submarkets.
Detroit Office Statistics - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7106/us-detroit-office-statistics-q2-2016-jllDetroit Office Statistics - Q2 2016See current (Q2 2016) Detroit office market statistics, including inventory, absorption, vacancy, average asking rents and construction. We analyze Class A and B space, as well as averages, across all of Detroit and in submarkets.

 Industrial reports

 

 

Detroit Industrial Statistics - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7691/us-detroit-industrial-statistics-q3-2016-jllDetroit Industrial Statistics - Q3 2016​Industrial Statistics provides detailed real estate data by metro area on a quarterly basis. Data includes stock, completions, vacancy, availability, rents, absorption, and new construction.
Detroit Industrial Insight - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7708/us-detroit-industrial-insight-q3-2016-jllDetroit Industrial Insight - Q3 2016A quarterly summary of industrial real estate market conditions for individual metro areas in the United States. The report includes key market indicators, tenant and landlord perspectives, and future looking analysis.
Detroit Industrial Insight - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7260/us-detroit-industrial-insight-q2-2016-jllDetroit Industrial Insight - Q2 2016A quarterly summary of industrial real estate market conditions for individual metro areas in the United States. The report includes key market indicators, tenant and landlord perspectives, and future looking analysis.

 Additional reports

 

 

Detroit Law Firm Perspective - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7628/us-detroit-law-firm-perspective-2016-jllDetroit Law Firm Perspective - 2016Law firms looking to expand their footprint within Detroit’s CBD are discovering a tight market with limited availability, which has increased landlord leverage as it applies to rents and concessions.
Detroit Technology Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7388/us-detroit-technology-outlook-2016-jllDetroit Technology Outlook - 2016Technology companies are eager to disrupt the age old Detroit automotive industry by improving self driving car research and mobility.
Detroit Law Firm Outlook - 2015/united-states/en-us/research/6343/2015-detroit-law-firm-trends-jllDetroit Law Firm Outlook - 2015More large corporations are relocating or expanding their operations downtown from the suburbs, leaving Detroit law firms with fewer options for available space.