Gil Munguia of JLL uses Oculus virtual reality glasses to take a tour of the planned Millenia Office project in Chula Vista. Photo courtesy of JLL

Gil Munguia of JLL uses Oculus virtual reality glasses to take a tour of the planned Millenia Office project in Chula Vista. Photo courtesy of JLL

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Virtual reality systems create a world where people can see and wander through buildings even if they are in the planning stages. Photo courtesy of JLL

— Drones that help map buildings and property in a fraction of the time than it used to involve, and virtual reality systems that take people inside buildings still in the planning stages are among the technological innovations that are transforming commercial real estate...

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