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U.S. Fringe MarketsRevitalizing and reinventing the urban outskirtsSpring 2017

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Wynwood/Midtown/Design District Miami, FLJust a few miles inland from Miami, a new cultural nexus that spans from the southeast corner of Buena Vista to Wynwood is gathering commercial momentum.

Downtown Durham, Raleigh-Durham, NCVacant factories and warehousesvestiges of its bygone big tobacco past -- have given way to the creative collaboration and coworking spaces that house Raleigh-Durhams burgeoning tech industry.

Shockoe Bottom & Scotts Addition, Richmond, VASpurred by tax incentives, renewed interest abounds in Shockoe BottomRichmonds antebellum warehousing and trade district where warehouses are being repurposed as hip alternative stock.

South End, CharlotteThe revitalization of Charlottes South End is more about reinvention than rebirth. How historic charm is meeting modern convenience.

Uptown, Oakland The American Planning Associations choice as the hottest neighborhood of 2014, Uptown is culturally diverse, artistic, and harbors an entrepreneurial spirit unique to the city.

Close In Eastside, PortlandPortlands original Meatpacking District now is a hotbed of creative and tech activity with robust demand and exceptional rent growth.

RiNo Arts District, DenverFood for thought: Denvers River North Arts District (RiNo) is flourishing thanks to a booming culinary scene and tax breaks.

Downtown Arts District, Los AngelesArt and industry live in harmony with active industrial tenants anchoring the area, but major plays being made in both office and multifamily development

Short North, Columbus Theres nothing short about Columbus Short North, a former industrial area now replete with night life and art galleries and sky-high upside.

Warehouse District, ClevelandArtistic revival and a state program to restore the ornate, Victorian-like facades have office developers clamoring.

Strip District, PittsburghOnce a culinary hotspot, this district is now a magnet for office and residential growth.

North Loop & Warehouse District, Minneapolis From industrial workhorse to artsy lightning rod, now this area is the live-work-play hotspot.

Fulton Market, ChicagoFormerly filled with light industrial shops and mom-and-pop food distribution, this area is now heavy in culinary prowess and corporate powerhouses.

For more information, visit: http://www.us.jll.com/hottest-urban-real-estate-markets Contact info:

Julia GeorgulesDirector, Local Market+1 617 316 645julia.georgules@am.jll.com

Hailey HarringtonResearch Manager, Chicago CBD+1 312 228 3189hailey.harrington@am.jll.com

Tiffany Ramsay Senior Research Analyst, New York City+1 212 812 6515tiffany.ramsay@am.jll.com

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