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JLL Skyline 2017

Cranes along Nashville’s Skyline are taking the city’s buildings to new heights.

Nashville Industrial Insight — Q2 2017

Midway through the year, rental rate growth
has stayed strong; however, vacancy has marginally begun to rise.

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Memphis Industrial Insight - Q3 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8775/us-memphis-industrial-insight-q3-2017-jllMemphis Industrial Insight - Q3 2017Summary and analysis of Memphis's economic and industrial real estate market conditions, as of Q3 2017.
Nashville Industrial Insight - Q3 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8750/us-nashville-industrial-insight-q3-2017-jllNashville Industrial Insight - Q3 2017Summary and analysis of Nashville's economic and industrial real estate market conditions, as of Q3 2017.
Nashville Office Insight - Q3 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8613/us-nashville-office-insight-q3-2017-jllNashville Office Insight - Q3 2017Summary and analysis of local economic and real estate market conditions across Nashville, as of Q3 2017.

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United States Office Outlook - Q4 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8886/united-states-office-outlook-q4-2017-jllUnited States Office Outlook - Q4 2017The U.S. office market experienced the strongest quarterly occupancy growth since late 2015, as tech companies continue to fuel leasing activity.
United States Office Statistics - Q4 2017/united-states/en-us/research/8881/united-states-office-statistics-q4-2017-jllUnited States Office Statistics - Q4 2017The U.S. office market registered 13.2 million s.f. of positive net absorption in Q4 2017 – the strongest quarterly occupancy growth since late 2015. Total absorption ended the year at 36.4 million s.f., relatively consistent with 2016 levels.
United States Employment Update - January 2018/united-states/en-us/research/8819/us-employment-update-january-2018-jllUnited States Employment Update - January 2018​December saw 148,000 net new jobs added to the national labor market, below consensus figures but still healthy.