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New Industrial agent joins JLL Auckland

New Industrial agent joins JLL Auckland

JLL’s ever expanding Auckland office has welcomed their newest agent, Luke Nash, who joins the Industrial Sales and Leasing team.

Luke, fresh out of Massey University, brings with him a Bachelor of Business Studies in Valuation and Property Management. Luke is taking on the role of sales and leasing in the Industrial sector within the East Tamaki precinct.

Luke says, “The main focus of my role is to gain a strong market presence in the area, and work with owners and tenants to contribute to the on-going success of East Tamaki, one of New Zealand’s largest and most striving Industrial hub.”

Sam Smith, National Director of Industrial Sales and Leasing says, “Luke brings with him a strong fundamental understanding of the property industry which will exponentially grow over the coming years. Luke is a keen sportsman and his drive to succeed transfers into his new role.”


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