Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2003: Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.

Aug. 26, 2003
The 2003 'A' List
4Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. Chicago, IL(312) 782-5800 www.joneslanglasalle.comAs a global provider of real estate and investment management services, with nearly 16,900 professionals (including 9,800 property maintenance employees), Jones Lang LaSalle serves clients from offices in more than 100 markets on five continents. Working from three geographic regions (the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe), the company boasts a portfolio of approximately 735 million square feet of property under management worldwide. Regions support multi-national clients with the assistance of two management functions: Global Client Services and Strategic Consulting. These groups coordinate client activities and ensure consistent, high-quality services across geographic regions and among businesses by offering clients a single point of contact at Jones Lang LaSalle. Its investment management business, LaSalle Investment Management, is one of the world’s largest and most diverse, with $20.5 billion of assets under management.[Editors’ Note: Jones Lang LaSalle’s research function continues to be the heart (and soul) of its business, tracking and interpreting the market forces and economic trends that affect the industry. The brains of the organization (and continuing success), however, come from its unique single-point-of-contact model. Everyone implies they do it; Jones Lang LaSalle actually does. As a result, client loyalty (and appreciation) is a win-win – for both this industry leader and its customers.]

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