JLL Appoints New EVP to South Florida Team

In his new role as executive vice president of the firm’s Broward and Palm Beach offices, Ryan Nunes will help drive business development alongside JLL’s South Florida leadership.
Ryan Nunes, EVP at JLL
Ryan Nunes, EVP at JLL

JLL has welcomed a new addition to its South Florida commercial brokerage team by appointing Ryan Nunes as executive vice president of the firm’s Broward and Palm Beach offices. In this new position, Nunes will work with JLL’s South Florida leadership and will focus on business development, as well as supporting talent recruitment and advancement. In addition, he will serve as a member of the company’s South Florida Leadership Council.

Nunes joins JLL with more than 12 years of experience advising corporate users and executing complex transactions. He spent five years at CBRE, where he served as vice president and provided tenant advisory services throughout South Florida. Prior to that, Nunes worked for Savills Studley in Washington for seven years, where his responsibilities included client management services, financial analysis, new business development and transaction management.

Industry veteran

As part of his extensive background, Nunes acquired experience developing business strategies and real estate solutions on behalf of public and private sector clients. Among the companies he has represented are Convey Health Solutions, Princess Cruise Lines, Fanatics and the City of Fort Lauderdale.

“Ryan will play a critical role in scaling our team’s intellectual capital to expand our market footprint in the Broward and Palm Beach markets. He will join a top-performing brokerage team that specializes in serving clients across all three South Florida counties,” said JLL Managing Director Alan Kleber, in prepared remarks.

Nunes holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania. He has served as a guest lecturer at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law.

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