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American Enterprise Institute - Washington DC/united-states/en-us/case-studies/505/american-enterprise-institute-jll-washington-dcAmerican Enterprise Institute - Washington DCAmerican Enterprise Institute engaged JLL five years before their lease expiration to develop a strategy to own rather than lease. JLL helped AEI develop and outline its parameters for ownership, functionality specifics, and location preferences.
Center for Strategic and International Studies - Washington DC/united-states/en-us/case-studies/506/center-for-strategic-and-international-studies-jll-washington-dcCenter for Strategic and International Studies - Washington DCThe Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), a high-profile, foreign policy research organization, engaged JLL to create a strategy for a new headquarters space to replace the 90,000 s.f. it leased in an older building in Washington DC.
National Association of Counties/National League of Cities/united-states/en-us/case-studies/508/jll-national-association-of-counties-national-league-of-cities-washington-dcNational Association of Counties/National League of CitiesJLL guided the National Association of Counties and National League of Cities through independent evaluations of their respective needs (i.e. space, budget, geographic, financial, cultural, and schedule) to determine the viability of a co-location.
American Red Cross - East Falls Church, Virginia/united-states/en-us/case-studies/504/american-red-cross-jll-east-falls-virginiaAmerican Red Cross - East Falls Church, Virginia​In 2004 ARC hired JLL to analyze the National Capital real estate portfolio. This included the value of ARC’s equity in 8110 Gatehouse Road, a 252,000 square foot building that was their temporary headquarters.
Teach For America/united-states/en-us/case-studies/507/jll-teach-for-america-non-profit-tenant-representationTeach For AmericaJLL secured short-term extensions at both of Teach for America's previous buildings to allow for the seamless construction of the new office and move into the new facility.