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Katie Parsons has joined JLL's Valuations Advisory Group as managing director – head of industrial property sector

Katie Parsons Joins JLL as Industrial Valuation Lead  

JLL’s Valuation Advisory group has hired Katie Parsons as managing director – head of industrial property sector, where she will focus on driving growth, building the industrial platform, enhancing the customer experience and providing value to clients. Parsons is based in Seattle. 

Prior to joining JLL, she co-led the national industrial valuation and advisory practice at another leading commercial real estate services firm, where she increased revenues and provided leadership and valuation guidance to more than 100 professionals in North America. 

“Investor demand for industrial space has soared over the past few years with unprecedented growth,” said Tony Lenamon, Americas head of Valuation Advisory. “Katie brings a host of experience that will enable us to serve the needs of our clients like never before, and we are thrilled she is here to shepherd us into a new era for our industrial platform.” 

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