JLL’s Project Development Services team delivers future of work space for colleagues, clients
The Phoenix office of JLL has completed build-out and moved into its new Arizona offices, located on the first floor of the highly anticipated mixed-use destination, The Grove, at the northwest corner of 44th Street and Camelback Road in Phoenix’s sought-after Camelback Corridor.
The new space expands JLL’s local footprint to 31,000 square feet, serving more than 120 JLL professionals with office, industrial, retail, multifamily, healthcare, data center, capital markets, property management and project development services (PDS) expertise.
JLL Senior Vice President of Project and Development Services David Rosato directed the build-out of the new space.
“JLL prides itself on helping clients align with the future of the workplace. It is a career highlight to be able to deliver that same level of quality and vision for our JLL team and clients that we work with day-in and day-out,” said Rosato. “It also adds tremendous new resources – triple the conference space, the latest technology and an exceedingly cool variety of places to work and collaborate throughout the day. I’m grateful for our PDS team and the many local experts who executed on our concept.”
“Thanks to Dave and the entire PDS team, we have a beautiful new space that applies everything we know about how today’s employees want to work,” said JLL Managing Director Pat Williams. “That final product is a great representation of our local culture and productivity. Our new JLL Arizona office will serve our team well as we continue to grow and serve our clients.”
The design for the Class AA space was inspired by JLL’s innovative culture, emphasizing the human experience of employees and clients, and JLL’s mission to shape the future of commercial real estate.
The JLL Arizona office expansion is the latest stage of the company’s more than 22 years in the Valley, founded locally in 2000 as The Staubach Company and purchased by JLL in 2008.
RSP Architecture served as the architect for the new space and Okland Construction was the general contractor. Other contributors included Forward Tilt, Goodmans Interior Structures and Transact Commercial.