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Chase Monroe, Chris Schaaf and Bryan White have received promotions at JLL in Charlotte, NC.

JLL Charlotte Appoints Three to Elevated Leadership Positions

JLL Charlotte has appointed Chase Monroe as east region leader for its occupier and tenant representation business. In addition, the company has promoted executive managing directors Chris Schaaf and Bryan White to co-leaders of its Charlotte brokerage operations.

Monroe has served as JLL’s Charlotte brokerage Lead since 2011 and has more than 30 years of experience. Monroe was a founding member of Keystone Partners, where he worked alongside both Schaaf and White before the firm’s acquisition by JLL in 2011. For the past two years, Monroe has served as president for JLL’s Brokerage Leadership Council, driving adoption of strategic initiatives with broker leads across the country.

As brokerage co-Leads, Schaaf and White will oversee all aspects of JLL’s Charlotte business and will continue their current roles of consulting clients on real estate strategy. Over their 11-year tenure at JLL, they have led several notable projects, including the 560,000-square-foot headquarter relocation for Truist.

Photo, l-r: Monroe, Schaaf, White


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