Category Archives: People

Getting to know our Industrial team: Meet Caroline

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In Part Two of our interview series with our New England Industrial team, we sat down with new Associate Caroline Collett to learn more about her transition to commercial real estate and why she’s excited for the future of Boston’s industrial market. Get to know more about Caroline below!

Prior to joining JLL you were in medical sales. Why the change to commercial real estate?

Although I had a very successful seven-year career in… Read More

Getting to know our Industrial team: Meet the new leads

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As part of our commitment to build a leading Brokerage team, Joe Fabiano and Michael Ciummei were named to lead our New England Industrial Practice Group earlier this year, and Caroline Collett recently joined the team as an Associate. We sat down with Joe, Mike and Caroline over a two-part interview series to hear their insights on Boston’s industrial market and what they look to achieve in their new roles.

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How we achieve our ambitions

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2017 was yet another memorable year for us at JLL. Last week, our team gathered together at the New England Aquarium’s IMAX Theater to celebrate some of our greatest achievements over the past twelve months. From our service lines to our support teams we shared several new innovations and success stories.

One of the biggest takeaways from our meeting was the reveal of our Achieve Ambitions video. A year ago, JLL made… Read More

Meet JLL Boston’s newest Research Director Julia Georgules

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Julia Georgules

The weather notwithstanding, Boston and San Francisco have a lot in common. Just ask JLL New England’s new Research Director Julia Georgules, who relocated to the Hub from the nation’s top tech hub a year ago.

“Seeing the rise of San Francisco was similar to where… Read More

A rewarding experience for one local student

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Every summer, we’re excited to welcome a new group of interns to JLL who get to not only help us out, but learn more about the commercial real estate industry across many of our different business lines. This year was no exception. While the experiences vary from person to person, we asked Adam Goldberg, a senior at Connecticut College doubling majoring in Behavioral… Read More

An ambition for a more diverse CRE industry

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Yarboro_Jordan_Color_HiRes_smallJordan Yarboro has an ambition: increase the representation of African Americans at JLL and across Boston’s commercial real estate industry. An Assistant Vice President on our North Suburban Leasing team, Jordan says, “I think it would be exciting to give people a voice who feel they’re under-represented in the industry and who wouldn’t necessarily consider a… Read More

Getting to know Jennifer Christakes

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Christakes_Jennifer_HiResJennifer Christakes was recently named Regional Manager of our JLL New England Property Management group. Jennifer joins us from our JLL office in Chicago, where she spent nearly 18 years in a variety of roles. Here, she will be responsible for both running and growing the Property Management business.… Read More

A best place to work yet again!

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BO_2017_BPTW_sq_200x200At JLL New England, we achieve ambitions – for our clients, our people, and our communities. That’s our promise, built on our strengths and ambitions. We recognize that our business is built on people and we’re committed to helping each and every one of our employees achieve their own ambitions. Our brand values of teamwork, ethics,… Read More

Congratulations Bill Barrack, a JLL Champion of Excellence

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One year after being named CBA Broker of the Year, longtime JLL Managing Director Bill Barrack was awarded with JLL’s highest honor, Champion of Excellence. The distinguished award recognizes one’s career-long contribution not only to JLL, but to colleagues, family and the community. Champions of Excellence have proven themselves over the course of many years and embody the JLL values of teamwork, ethics and excellence. We couldn’t think of anyone more… Read More