TAMPA, July 21, 2015 – JLL announces the addition of James Moler as Senior Vice President in the firm’s Tampa office. In this role, Mr. Moler will work closely with JLL’s Tampa leadership to continue to grow the firm’s office agency leasing practice in the Tampa Bay area.
“Jim is joining the JLL team to help grow office agency services in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Sarasota counties,” said John Gilbert, Managing Director at JLL. “He will add tremendous value to our team and our clients, as we continue to grow our services in the region.”
Before joining JLL, Mr. Moler served as Senior Director of Brokerage at Cushman & Wakefield in its Tampa office, focusing on office agency and select tenant representation and investment sales assignments. Prior to that, he worked for Grubb & Ellis as a Senior Vice President in the Office Group.
Mr. Moler relocated to Tampa from Chicago, Illinois in 2005. In Chicago, Mr. Moler worked with Tishman Speyer Properties, Prime Group Realty Trust and Compass Management & Leasing (now part of JLL). During this time, he focused in Class A & B Central Business District and suburban office properties in the Chicago market.
“In this role, Jim’s brokerage experience and market knowledge will make him an asset as we continue to expand our presence in the Greater Tampa area and further grow our portfolio of office landlord representation,” added Brent Miller, Senior Vice President at JLL.
Mr. Moler earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Economics and International Relations at the University of Wisconsin. He’s also a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and affiliated with Westshore Alliance, NAIOP, Florida Gulfcoast Commercial Association of Realtors and Real Estate Investment Council.
JLL has approximately 650 employees providing real estate expertise across all major markets in Florida, including leasing, both tenant and landlord representation, property management, project and development services and investment sales. JLL’s Florida leasing and management portfolio has more than 28.6 million square feet, which includes some of the state’s most iconic buildings. The firm was included this year in the Fortune 500 list.