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JLL Adds Trio of Senior Housing Experts to Capital Markets Team

JLL Capital Markets has hired three seniors housing experts within its National Seniors Housing platform. Boston-based senior managing directors Jay Wagner and Richard Swartz, who will co-lead the team, and senior managing director Aaron Rosenzweig will focus on investment sales, joint venture equity and financing transactions throughout the U.S. 

Wagner, Swartz and Rosenzweig join JLL from a full-service capital markets provider where Wagner and Swartz were co-heads and vice chairmen of the firm’s Seniors Housing group. Based in San Diego, Rosenzweig served as an executive director within the group, working on more than $11 billion in seniors housing transactions during his 12-year career with the firm. 

“We are extremely excited to welcome Jay, Rick and Aaron to the JLL Capital Markets Seniors Housing platform,” said senior managing director Ted Flagg. “They are market-leading and veteran industry leaders that bring a wealth of knowledge and relationships to the existing team.” 


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