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Jeremy Neuer Joins JLL’S NJ Capital Markets Team

Jeremy Neuer has joined JLL Capital Markets as a senior managing director in its New Jersey office. He’ll focus on office investment sales advisory transactions in New Jersey and the Tri-State area. 

“We are thrilled to have one of the Tri-State area’s most active and respected advisors on our team,” said Jose Cruz, co-head of JLL’s New Jersey Capital Markets team. “Jeremy’s market knowledge, drive and creative deal making skills will serve to help our clients on multiple levels.”  

Neuer joins JLL from a global commercial real estate firm where he co-led the New Jersey capital markets group for the past five years. He closed some of the largest and most prestigious suburban office sales in New Jersey in 2018, 2019 and 2020, including Park Avenue at Florham Park, which was the largest suburban sale in New Jersey since 2008. Previously, he was a leasing broker for 18 years. 


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