Companies of all sizes, and increasingly retailers, are implementing integrated portfolio management solutions to make smarter real estate decisions and solve their business challenges.
To better support retailers with their real estate portfolios, JLL announced that it has welcomed back Geno Coradini to the firm as executive VP, retail integrated portfolio services lead. He will be responsible for working with our retail tenant representative brokers nationally to support JLL’s retailer client base.
Prior to re-joining JLL, Coradini spent the past two years as VP of real estate and market optimization for Advance Auto Parts Inc., the largest automotive aftermarket parts provider in North America.
Prior to that he was part of JLL’s retail outsourcing services group and was instrumental in winning several key accounts for JLL.
“We’re thrilled to bring Geno back on board as we continue to grow JLL’s retail services throughout the United States,” said Naveen Jaggi, president retail brokerage for JLL. “Geno played a crucial role in expanding our Retail Portfolio Optimization practice and now brings a retailer perspective back to the firm. He has a deep knowledge of JLL’s varied services and how they can be best coordinated to solve retailers’ pain points. This unique combination of end user and service provider expertise gives our retail brokers and their clients a competitive advantage in strategically positioning their portfolios for future growth.”
JLL is the largest third-party retail property manager in the United States with more than 1,000 centers, totaling 125 million square feet under management. The firm has more than 140 retail brokerage experts spanning more than 30 major markets, representing more than 900 retail clients.