Lendlease Names Americas Development Lead in San Francisco
Lendlease has appointed Meg Spriggs to the role of managing director of development for the Americas, effective Oct. 1. Currently the head of residential for Lendlease’s Google Development Ventures partnership, Spriggs will be based out of Lendlease’s San Francisco office.
In her new role, Spriggs will assume responsibility for the firm’s $21-billion development pipeline in the Americas, including projects in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
“Meg’s collaborative nature and innovative approach coupled with her expertise in market-driven real estate strategy allow her to navigate complex development projects with precision and excellence,” Claire Johnston, CEO, Americas. “I am confident she will expertly support regional leadership as we continue scaling our development business, leveraging the capabilities of Lendlease’s integrated platform.”
Prior to joining Lendlease, Spriggs held leadership positions with Shorenstein Properties and AvalonBay Communities.
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