We provide commercial real estate services, strategy and support to corporations and investors across the globe.
JLL ranked number one financial advisor
JLL has been ranked number one financial advisor by number of real estate transactions, in the second half of 2014, by the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
2015 Most Admired Company
FORTUNE magazine recognized JLL’s global competitiveness, superior client-focused workforce and financial soundness on its Most Admired Companies list.
We have spent the last few years in a state of growth, focused on building a strong culture, encouraging collaboration between teams, and setting a high standard in every aspect of our business. It's time to introduce you to the next chapter of JLL Canada's story.
JLL Canada is now on Instagram
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JLL Canada is now on Twitter
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Office Space for Lease | 855 Brookfield Road
Up to 100,000 s.f. available. Centrally located suburban office space in the Nation’s Capital, surrounded by green space. Large finished open concept premises, plenty of natural light with access to highways and transit.
JLL increases and extends credit facility
Amended borrowing capacity of $2.0 billion through 2020 bolsters firm’s healthy financial position to support global growth strategy.
Big Box Report l Greater Toronto Area Spring 2015
The GTA ‘Big Box’ report covers industrial facilities of at least 100,000 square feet located in the Greater Toronto Area.
Record full-year 2014
Full-year fee revenue up 18% to $4.7 billion and earnings per share up 38% to $8.69
Most Expensive Office Streets
JLL’s Most Expensive Streets for Office Space report ranks Canadian cities by their highest office asking rents. Landing in the top three average asking rents this year are: Toronto at $68.52 per square foot; 8th Avenue SW, Calgary at $59.06 per square foot; and Burrard Street, Vancouver at $ 58.87 per square foot.
Construction activity booming around rapid transit lines
JLL’s Rapid Transit Office Index (RTI) is an in-depth analysis of rapid transit oriented office vacancy, absorption and occupancy cost trends in suburban markets that are serviced by rapid transit. Download the report to learn of our findings from this recent study.
The window of opportunitiy is open for companies seeking data center space and solutions
With demand high and construction underway to keep up, the time is now for companies to secure the right storage and maintenance for their needs. In another 12-18 months, the market will tighten, giving providers more control.
National vendor management program
JLL manages over 50 million square feet in Canada. We provide services to over 2000 Canadian facilities, while managing hundreds of millions of dollars in operational, maintenance and repairs and capital improvement spend for our clients. Register today!
Canadian markets buck the trend of squeezing office space availability for North American law firms.
Law firms across North America can expect to see rising rents as supply continues to diminish and construction lags behind demand in the majority of markets—with the exception of a few outliers, including Toronto and Vancouver.
Desjardins Group Selects JLL as Exclusive Real Estate Service Provider
New agreement uses JLL’s team & technology platform to maximize productivity in offices across Canada
The Canadian Quartet Look Forward Report
An analysis of new supply trends in the Downtown Class A office Quartet markets of Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver.
JLL demonstrates corporate citizenship and sustainability results in Global Sustainability Report
Annual report reveals key accomplishments that contribute to business sustainability over time. “We hold ourselves accountable for the social, environmental and economic impacts of our business," says CEO Colin Dyer.
Say hello to JLL
Jones Lang LaSalle marks a modernizing milestone for the global brand by shortening its name.
JLL Canada has formed a national partnership, supporting the Breakfast Club of Canada (BCC).
Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver: a compelling opportunity
Cities in Canada are collectively entering a newly energized, globally connected and impactful era. These four cities all feature among the Global Top 50 commercial property investment markets.