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  • JLL buying HFF in $2 billion deal that will create multifamily real estate giant

    Two of the largest multifamily operators are joining forces
    In a deal that will combine two of the biggest names in multifamily and commercial real estate, Jones Lang LaSalle announced Tuesday that it is buying HFF for approximately $2 billion. Both JLL and HFF are consistently among the top lenders in the multifamily real estate space, with both companies placing in Freddie Mac’s top 10 lenders of 2018.
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  • JLL names Stephanie Plaines to be its next CFO

    Former Starbucks CFO to join company at the end of March
    Jones Lang LaSalle announced this week that Stephanie Plaines is joining the commercial real estate and investment company as its global chief financial officer, effective by the end of March. Plaines is no stranger to major companies, previously serving as the CFO of Starbucks' U.S. retail operations.
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  • JLL subsidiary makes big move into commercial real estate debt

    LaSalle Investment Management acquiring Latitude Management Real Estate Investors
    LaSalle Investment Management, a real estate investment manager and a wholly owned subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle, is making a big play in the commercial real estate debt market. LaSalle announced Monday that it entered into an agreement to make a majority acquisition of the $1.2 billion debt fund business of Latitude Management Real Estate Investors, a commercial real estate lender.
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  • Real estate tech company Skyline AI gets $18 million vote of confidence from JLL, others

    After just 4 months of fundraising, CRE artificial intelligence developer raises $18 million in Series A
    Investors are eager to get their hands on AI for their investment efforts. Skyline AI is cashing in on that demand garnering interest from major players in the commercial real estate space, including backing from JLL's new tech investment fund.
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  • JLL hires Niko Skiadas, Dan Dretler to lead multifamily capital markets operations in New England

    Pair is bringing over 10 years of teamwork in Boston with them to make JLL's New England dream work
    JLL hired Niko Skiadas and Dan Dretler, who have been working together for over 10 years, to lead its New England multifamily capital markets operations. Skiadas and Dretler will both serve as executive vice presidents in JLL’s Boston office.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield files for IPO

    Real estate giant files for IPO, hoping for $1 billion and valuation of $5 billion
    Commercial real estate mega-company Cushman & Wakefield filed for IPO, the next step on its path to ascending to the top rung with CBRE and JLL. Last year, Cushman’s revenue was $6.92 billion. In 2017, CBRE registered $14.2 billion and JLL registered $7.9 billion in revenue.
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  • Walker & Dunlop taking on the West Coast, hires Javier Rivera to develop its investment sales platform

    Rivera will serve as senior vice president of new West Coast investment sales office
    Walker & Dunlop hired Javier Rivera as senior vice president to help lead its newly minted West Coast multifamily investment sales team. Before he signed on with Walker & Dunlop, Rivera was an executive vice president with JLL’s Capital Markets Group and built the company’s multifamily investment sales and finance business in Southern California.
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  • JLL launches $100 million real estate tech investment fund

    JLL Spark plans to dish out $100 million to worth real estate tech entrepreneurs
    To push forward the real estate industry, JLL has created a $100 million investment fund for real estate technology development. JLL Spark and its team of veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneurs have been tasked with dishing out this seed money to worthy tech startups.
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  • JLL: U.S. multifamily housing market increases in competitiveness

    2018 sees strongest global investment in real estate in past decade
    Recent research suggests that U.S. landlords experienced an increase in competitiveness, and global real estate investment and corporate activity were at their highest levels for a decade in the first months of 2018, according to a new report from Jones Lang LaSalle.
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