Jones Lang LaSalle Adds Retail Management Assignments

by Nate Hunter

Atlanta — Jones Lang LaSalle has added more than 600,000 square feet to its third-party retail leasing and management portfolio.



Atlanta — Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has been named the new leasing and/or property manager for five retail properties in Arkansas, North Carolina, New York and Ohio. The portfolio includes open-air shopping centers and a single-tenant property in Manhattan.

The new assignments include:

The Streets of West Chester: JLL was named leasing manager for the 167,915-square-foot shopping center in the Cincinnati suburb of West Chester. The firm will continue to manage the open-air mall.

Parkway Center South: Jones Lang LaSalle was named leasing manager for the 130,029-square-foot open-air center in Grove City, Ohio, near Columbus. The firm will continue as the mall’s property manager.

Mellor Park Mall: JLL was named leasing manager for the 253,628-square-foot shopping center in El Dorado, Ark.

Southern Pines Marketplace: Jones Lang LaSalle was named leasing manager for the 57,404-square-foot open-air mall in Southern Pines, N.C.

Hickory at Promenade: Suburban Asset Management also awarded Jones Lang LaSalle the leasing for this 15,523-square-foot strip center shadow anchored by Walmart Supercenter, in Hickory, N.C.

475 Broadway: Jones Lang LaSalle was named property manager for the 8,400-square-foot retail space in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. Scoop NYC is the property’s only tenant.

Southside at McEwen: Jones Lang LaSalle was awarded the management of the retail component of Southside at McEwen, a new mixed-use development in Nashville’s Cool Springs submarket. Currently, the retail component consists of a Whole Foods freestanding building (pictured above) with a freestanding Bricktop’s restaurant outparcel delivering later this year.  The new development has aggressive growth plans and is planning 39,000 square feet of small shop space.

Jones Lang LaSalle Retail’s 87 million-square-foot retail portfolio consists of more than 300 regional malls, strip centers, power centers, lifestyle centers, ground-up development projects, mixed-use centers, transportation terminals and over 6,000 retail ATM’s and bank branches across 50 states. Globally, Jones Lang LaSalle has a retail portfolio of 269 million square feet of property under management and leasing, including more than 9,500 retail locations on four continents. For more information, visit or




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