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Robert Ageloff to Head JLL Rocky Mountain Region

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JLL recently announced that Bob Ageloff has been named president of the firm’s Western Region and market director for the Rocky Mountain Region. He succeeds Paul Washington, who is leaving after four years with the firm.

In his new role, Ageloff will draw on his 30+ years of real estate and client experience, including his most recent role leading the firm’s brokerage business at their Chicago headquarters and as Brokerage Leadership Council president. He will continue to serve key clients in the region and nationally but now also oversees one of JLL’s largest and fastest-growing regional platforms.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Bob to Denver and the Rocky Mountain Region,” said Dan McGowan, managing director and broker lead, JLL. “His vast experience across the entire JLL platform will help bring new growth opportunities and drive business forward in the Rocky Mountain Region. He will continue to promote JLL’s core values of teamwork, ethics and excellence in our region.”

As Market Director, Ageloff will oversee day-to-day operations for the Rocky Mountain region, including managing a team of more than 265+ professionals and pursuing integrated business development opportunities across JLL’s business lines.

As West Region President, Ageloff will oversee all the firm’s business and service lines throughout all of the firm’s offices in California, the Pacific Northwest, Southwest and Rocky Mountain regions.

“I am thrilled to join the Rocky Mountain Region as the Market Director and to lead our teams across the Western Region,” said Ageloff. “I am committed to exceeding the expectations our teams have for me as a leader, and I intend to focus on strategy, people, technology, integration and problem solving across all markets. Together we will deliver greater expertise, services and solutions for our clients everywhere.”

Ageloff previously served as a managing principal at the Staubach Company, which was acquired by JLL in 2008. He also was the founder, executive vice president, and manager of Equis Corporation’s New York Office from 1991-2003.

 

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