With projects like Truist Park, Wells Fargo Center, Madison Square Garden, and many others under their belt, JLL is equipped to provide world-class real estate advisory, management, development, and capital markets services - and not just for sports projects.
“We have different industry lines in JLL.” says Jim Renne, National Director of Sports and Entertainment. “We’re 90,000 employees globally. Because of that, we have a lot of buying power, which we can then share with our clients.”
Those 90,000 employees bring expertise from various fields, which is why JLL has enjoyed projects ranging from retail, to governmental, to hospitality-driven properties.
“Yes, there’s a certain specialty for sports & entertainment venues and real estate,” Renne says, “But frankly, sometimes you see a solution that’s not necessarily within the one industry you’re working on, and that allows for a lot of creative sharing of information. So don’t think of us as just project managers, but think of us as solution providers from a real estate perspective; start, to finish, to managing venues.”