Move Follows Firm's Selection as Listing Broker for Proposed Quincy Center Development
A team of five suburban leasing brokers headed by Matthew Daniels has left Colliers International and signed on with Jones Lang LaSalle.
Joining Daniels, who was named managing director, are Christopher Lawrence and Brian Tisbert, both named senior vice presidents, and Christopher Decembrele and Andrew Whipple, both named vice presidents.
The move is a homecoming of sorts for Daniels who previously worked for Jones Lang LaSalle. JLL Managing Director and leader of New England Leasing Bill Barrack said the additions would make a stronger presence for the firm in the Boston suburbs.
Last week, Jones Lang LaSalle landed the office leasing listing for the new Quincy Center, an urban redevelopment project comprising 3.5 million-square-foot, mixed-use space in downtown Quincy being developed by Beal/Street-Works, a partnership between The Beal Companies and Street-Works Development.
The $1.6 billion redevelopment plan is a private/public partnership with the City of Quincy. Plans call for up to five new office buildings, approximately 700,000 square feet of retail, two new hotels, 1,400 residential units, and multiple new parking garages providing 5,000 public parking spaces.