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Jones Lang Lasalle Continues To Expand In Auckland

Jones Lang Lasalle Continues To Expand In Auckland

Jones Lang LaSalle are continuing to strengthen their Auckland team with the appointment of Mike Edward who joins the firm as part of its Industrial Sales and Leasing team.

Mike brings with him over a decade of experience in industrial real estate having begun his career in South Brisbane, Australia, transacting newly re-zoned land in the Yatala Industrial precinct. In 2007, after a move back to New Zealand, Mike worked for CBRE in the Penrose area, transacting over 25 deals in his first year. Later headhunted by James Kirkpatrick Group Ltd, Mike brokered lease deals with new tenants, budgeted and managed fit-outs, and liaised with all Auckland Industrial agents.

In his new role, Mike will be working in the East Tamaki region focussing on all areas of the industrial and commercial market.

Mike says “I am extremely excited to have joined such a reputable international organisation as Jones Lang LaSalle and the East Tamaki patch is a dynamic, growing and diversified section of the market on which to focus. I’m expecting to have a very busy year.”

Sam Smith, National Director of Industrial at Jones Lang LaSalle, says “We are delighted to welcome Mike Edward to the team. His experience in New Zealand and Australian industrial real estate as well as his outstanding transactional experience makes him a strong addition to the team. Mike is a motivated individual who’s looking forward to getting back into the property market with a key focus being the East Tamaki region”.

Mike now spends most of his time on Shortland Street rather than Shortland Street.

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