Category Archives: Community

JLL DC is Moving!

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It’s our business to help clients perfect their workplace strategy and now it’s time for us to put our expertise to work for our people! The JLL DC office will move a few blocks away from our current office to 2020 K Street this fall. An increase in shared workspace, expansive natural light, a new café and lounge space, a brand new roof deck and renovated gym are just a few of the highlights we are looking forward to in our new space.… Read More

Over 100 JLL employees participate in Community Service Day

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On October 10th, over 100 JLL employees from across the Mid-Atlantic region volunteered at various organizations as a part of our annual Community Service Day. The organizations included:

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JLL Mid-Atlantic celebrates in Cambridge, MD

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Leaders talk state of the Washington DC market and Brexit

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From Peter Spradling
Pursuit Analytics Analyst

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In a morning filled with cautious optimism and DC pride, leaders of the local and national real estate industries talked about their views on the market at Bisnow‘s DC State of the Market event. Every speaker spoke confidently about the state of the DC market even under the uncertain… Read More

JLL Named to CR Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens

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CR-100-Best-logo-2016 copyJLL has been named to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2016, scoring highest in philanthropy, climate change and human rights. JLL was recognized by CR Magazine for its commitment to employees and the communities in which they live and work.

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It’s not a battle, it’s a war

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Baltimore StationDo you know that 40% percent of homeless men are veterans? In fact, 200,000 homeless veterans sleep on the streets every night. Seventy-six percent of homeless veterans experience alcohol, drug and mental health problems. These men, who have courageously served our country in combat, suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), often turning… Read More