JLL's Hotels & Hospitality Group Promotes Nicholas Meli to Vice President
December 15, 2014 7:59pm
In order to fully meet our clients' needs across our multiple business lines, JLL has expanded our presence in Florida and promoted Nicholas Meli to Vice President, Investment Sales in JLL's Miami office. Mr. Meli will focus primarily on expanding our select service/middle market investment sales practice throughout the southeast region, with a specific focus on the state of Florida, by continuing to work with Managing Directors Al Calhoun and Mark Fair in Atlanta, as well as with Managing Director Gregory Rumpel in Miami.
Having completed a variety of national and regional assignments with a cumulative value of nearly $2 billion, Mr. Meli's lodging industry expertise encompasses a broad scope of experience, including operations, real estate and finance. Representative engagements include institutional-quality select service and middle market hotels, as well as urban full service hotels and national portfolio transactions.
Mr. Meli joined JLL in Atlanta in 2012 following a similar role at Hodges Ward Elliott. A graduate of the Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, Mr. Meli is a licensed real estate salesperson and a member of the Urban Land Institute.
For more information on the Florida lodging market, please contact Nicholas Meli. To find out more about JLL's Hotels & Hospitality Group, please visit us at www.jll.com/hospitality.
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JLL's Hotels & Hospitality Group serves as the hospitality industry's global leader in real estate services for luxury, upscale, select service and budget hotels; timeshare and fractional ownership properties; convention centres; mixed-use developments and other hospitality properties. The firm's 300 dedicated hotel and hospitality experts partner with investors and owner/operators around the globe to support and shape investment strategies that deliver maximum value throughout the entire lifecycle of an asset. In the last five years, the team completed more transactions than any other hotels and hospitality real estate advisor in the world totaling over US $36 billion, while also completing approximately 4,000 advisory, valuation and asset management assignments. The group's hotels and hospitality specialists provide independent and expert advice to clients, backed by industry-leading research.
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