Jones Lang LaSalle Continues to Strengthen Brokerage Platform in Canada

Jones Lang LaSalle, the global financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate, has appointed Patrick Langdon as Senior Vice President, Michael Thompson as Vice President and Douglas Scarlett as Senior Vice President.  Based in Toronto Langdon and Thompson will specialize in representing office tenants in lease transactions and advise on occupancy and real estate strategy.  While Scarlett, based in the Mississauga, will advise local and national clients, both owners and tenants, on their industrial real estate needs.

“Canada is a key strategic market for Jones Lang LaSalle with increasing demand from our clients,” said Jim Becker, head of Jones Lang LaSalle in Canada. “With these seasoned professionals and their combined experience, we have a formidable operation and more experts who can provide more extensive services to our growing client base.”

Patrick Langdon cumulates more than 20 years of commercial real estate industry experience, Langdon previously headed his own brokerage firm and worked for one of South West Ontario’s largest developers.  His experience spans across North America and all facets of commercial real estate brokerage and consulting.  He joins from DTZ Barnicke where he was National Director of business development.  Langdon is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University.  He is also a member of CoreNet Canada.

  Michael Thompson brings seven years of experience in office leasing and has worked with some of the country’s largest organizations.  His experience includes tenant representation, disposition and occupancy strategy.  He joins from Avison Young.  Thompson is an economics graduate from McMaster University.

  Douglas Scarlett brings 13 years of experience in industrial sales and leasing and has been involved in numerous facility and land transactions on a provincial and national level.  His range of experience includes asset and land dispositions, tenant representation, site selection and design build projects.  He joins from DTZ Barnicke.  Scarlett holds a BA in political science from the University of Western Ontario. 
 

on April 6, 2011