We develop and execute creative, cost-saving real estate solutions for local and state government organizations in California.
Real estate and occupancy costs are two of the top three line items in most public-sector budgets. A strategic approach to your portfolio can create value, rather than drain dollars.
The State of California's expansion—3,300 jobs have been added to the region over the past 12 months—is forcing government agencies to look beyond the traditional downtown market for space.
We believe further expansion is likely in 2016—with 17 State agency requirements totaling 843,000 square feet appearing in the latest budget.
We’ve partnered with government entities across California to assess overlooked real estate opportunities. Our holistic approach to portfolio management allows us to implement solutions that improve efficiency and cut costs. Here’s how we can do the same for yours:
Asset and portfolio management: We’ll organize your leased and owned property data and monitor facilities and find opportunities to enhance performance, improve use of space and renegotiate contracts.
Development services: Improve existing facilities or build new ones from the ground up. We’ll help you secure developer partnerships and manage the project start to finish.
Energy and sustainability services: Reduce operating costs and tap into tax incentives with sustainability-driven upgrades, improved energy management and more.
Facility management services: Our professionals proactively measure and manage the performance of your buildings, maximize the efficiency of your real estate staff, optimize your spend through strategic sourcing and reduce energy costs by lowering consumption.
Strategy, analysis and transactions: We perform financial feasibility studies, highest and best use assessments, financing strategies, master planning and land use analyses, deal structuring and public-private partnerships.
JLL manages 1.63 million square feet of space for government agencies across the United States.
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