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JLL expands operations, relocates to Stamford Pl.

Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc. will expand its operation in the Stamford area and relocate to W&M Properties' 100 First Stamford Place, announced Jeffrey H. Newman, executive vice president of W&M Properties, the marketing and management agent for the building.

The real estate firm will occupy 4,555 s/f on the second floor of W&M's Stamford property through 2012. It joins a host of other high-profile firms choosing First Stamford Place for office space, including Bank of Ireland.

"For a number of reasons, we chose First Stamford Place as the site of our office, which will house a combination of the Jones Lang LaSalle's Connecticut brokerage division and the project & development services division, which is headed by Don Bucci, senior vice president," says Gerard P. Hallock, SIOR, managing director at Jones Lang LaSalle, who represented the firm in its lease transaction.

Currently, Jones Lang LaSalle has an office at 500 Summer Street.

Newman, assistant vice president Kathleen A. Caracappa and senior leasing associate Kimberly A. Zaccagnino represented the landlord in this transaction. Jones Lang LaSalle's Kevin J. McCarthy assisted Hallock in representing the tenant.
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Date:Apr 18, 2007
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