Sanjana Saluja

  • Could microgrids change how real estate sources energy?

    Could microgrids change how real estate sources energy?

    With sustainability and cost control being key areas for today’s companies, here’s why developers and landlords are starting to look at microgrids.

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  • A helix of change

    A helix of change

    When Kimpton Hotels decided to remodel its Hotel Helix and rename it as ‘Mason & Rook’, JLL was chosen as the partner to manage the construction and renovation activities.

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  • The Most Iconic Building in Every State in America

    The Most Iconic Building in Every State in America

    Architecture in the United States couldn’t be more varied, from historic structures dating back to the colonial days to postmodern masterpieces—not to mention everything in between.

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  • Transforming Detroit’s RiverFront, one park at a time

    Transforming Detroit’s RiverFront, one park at a time

    The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy (DRFC) had a vision: to transform its RiverWalk in order to attract more visitors to Detroit’s downtown.

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  • Why stadium developments score highly

    Why stadium developments score highly

    For football fans who want to be at the heart of the action, stadiums are no longer just for match days.

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  • Overcoming major delays and budget overruns to achieve ambitions

    Overcoming major delays and budget overruns to achieve ambitions

    In the face of extreme challenges, JLL brought the project back on track within its financial requirements and completion schedule.

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  • Why glass remains the top choice for today’s skyscrapers

    Why glass remains the top choice for today’s skyscrapers

    Glass towers are one of the great symbols of the modern age — and their glazed facades, not to mention the technology behind them, are evolving in response to climate change and modern tastes.

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  • Creating a more integrated, open and collaborative space

    Creating a more integrated, open and collaborative space

    Integrate, a high-tech software firm, wanted a new headquarters space that better reflected its collaborative culture.

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  • High-tech and human-centered: The rise of smart buildings

    High-tech and human-centered: The rise of smart buildings

    Smart buildings are gaining momentum – and as the technology behind them becomes more sophisticated and more prevalent, they’re set to change the way we live and work.

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  • Developing a cyber security lab to protect government interests

    Developing a cyber security lab to protect government interests

    Lockheed Martin, a US based global security and aerospace company sought a partner to build a security and innovation centre in Canberra, Australia

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  • How fast-food chains are using design to go local

    How fast-food chains are using design to go local

    Restaurants from McDonald’s to KFC to Starbucks are rethinking their spaces inside and out.

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  • Building an interactive retail destination

    Building an interactive retail destination

    We worked closely with the client to understand their vision and built an interactive space that generates a sense of community for friends and families residing nearby.

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  • Why multi-story warehouses are coming to America

    Why multi-story warehouses are coming to America

    For warehouses looking for space to grow in many of America’s big cities, the only way to go is up.

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  • Giving the asset a new lease of life

    Giving the asset a new lease of life

    Leading global investment firm sought to reposition a 1970s B-grade office tower asset with the departure of an anchor tenant which left the property half vacant.

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  • What Are Comparative Costs to Build Out Office Space Today?

    What Are Comparative Costs to Build Out Office Space Today?

    Construction costs rose 3% through 2017 and are expected to follow suit heading into 2018 and beyond, predicts JLL in its 2018 Office Fit Out Guide.

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  • Unlocking a building’s full potential

    Unlocking a building’s full potential

    Private real estate firm Somerset Partners wanted to reposition 1801 K Street in Washington, DC from a Class B to Class A trophy office building.

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  • Why ergonomics must be part of any workplace wellness plan

    Why ergonomics must be part of any workplace wellness plan

    Ergonomics is the science of matching the work to the worker.

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  • Rolling out the red carpet for AMC’s guests

    Rolling out the red carpet for AMC’s guests

    Eight years ago, AMC Theatres partnered with us to breathe new life into its movie theatres across the U.S. – and we’ve been rolling out the red carpet for its guests ever since.

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  • How restaurants are serving up entertainment like never before

    How restaurants are serving up entertainment like never before

    From the jazz quartet belting out crowd-pleasing covers to cabaret performers high-kicking their way across the stage, food and entertainment have long gone hand-in-hand.

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  • Creating a memorial that means so much to so many

    Creating a memorial that means so much to so many

    Charged with creating a memorial that meant so much to so many, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey partnered with JLL to transform and operate the 16-acre site.

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